Transfer and Articulation Program

The Transfer and Articulation Program (TAP) is a new program for ensuring Connecticut community college students complete degree programs that transfer to Connecticut State Universities and Charter Oak without either losing or generating excess credit.

How it Works

Students in the TAP will complete the first 60-63 credits at a community college and the final 60-63 credits at a CSU.

Through TAP, students enrolled at a Connecticut Community College

  • Asnuntuck CC
  • Capital CC
  • Gateway CC
  • Housatonic CC
  • Manchester CC
  • Middlesex CC
  • Naugatuck Valley CC
  • Northwestern CT CC
  • Norwalk CC
  • Quinebaug Valley CC
  • Three Rivers CC
  • Tunxis CC

Can select from over 20 concentrations that prepare them to complete four-year bachelor’s degrees at

  • Central CSU
  • Eastern CSU
  • Southern CSU
  • Western CSU
  • Charter Oak SC

Availability

New transfer degree pathways will be available to students entering the community colleges in Fall 2016.


Contact

For more information about TAP, please contact the program Co-Managers:

Candace Barrington

Central Connecticut State University
BarringtonC@ct.edu

Ken Klucznik

Manchester Community College
KKlucznik@manchestercc.edu