Path to a Bachelor’s Degree

After graduation, the world is your stage! For most students, Chatfield College isn’t the last higher education stop on their journey.  If a four-year degree is your goal, we can help you get there! We are regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and your credits may be applied toward a bachelor’s degree at many colleges and universities. Chatfield has over 70 different articulation agreements with colleges and universities, both in Cincinnati and outside of the tri-state area.

Transfer Credit from Chatfield to another institution

Credits can easily transfer to most four-year colleges and universities after graduating from Chatfield. Students can begin their studies at Chatfield and simply transfer as a junior to another college and university to complete their bachelor’s degree.  It is highly recommended students set up a conference with a transfer counselor from the college or university the student plans to attend in pursuing their four-year degree.

Transferology is a tool that can give you an idea of how your Chatfield credits can be applied toward a bachelor’s degree. This is only a tool and not a guarantee. Remember, only the institution receiving your credits can verify if and how they transfer.

Third-Year Option at Chatfield

To assist students who have earned an associate degree transition into a bachelor’s degree program, Chatfield offers a unique third-year option.  This opportunity allows students to complete junior-level courses at Chatfield before transferring.

Students must meet with the transfer institution to develop a written and signed academic plan outlining the courses they will complete at Chatfield toward their Bachelor’s degree requirements.

Greater Cincinnati Collegiate Connection (GC3)

Students wishing to cross-register for courses at any of the colleges in the Greater Cincinnati Collegiate Connection (GC3) may register with the Registrar using cross-registration forms.  Individual conferences with counselors from these colleges are recommended if the students plan to pursue four-year degrees there.