What are Pathways?
Pathways help you determine which classes you need to earn your degree. Search for a pathway to an associate degree at Collin College and on to a bachelor's degree at many universities.Pathways may be modified to fit your needs. You may search by university/ colleges or by area of interest. If you want to know how many credits you have, you may do it from your Cougar Account. There are two ways: viewing your unofficial transcript or going to the Cougar Compass link. For instructions click here. Scroll down for tips on the transferring process. To find out about tuition for Texas universities visit College For All Texans.
Midwestern State University
Stephen F. Austin
Tarleton State University
Texas A&M at Commerce
Texas Tech University
Texas Woman's University
University of North Texas
University of Texas at Dallas
Texas Wesleyan University
AREAS OF INTEREST:
Arts, Humanities, Communication and Design
Industry / Manufacturing and Construction
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
Social and Behavioral Science and Human Services
When You Transfer
- You may need to supply your university with syllabi from certain courses you have taken at Collin. Click here to find a syllabus.
- You will have to order your Collin transcript. You can do that from your Cougar Account or from here.
- You may want to compare courses. This will help you know if you can get credit for courses you have taken at Collin.
- You may want to check if your university will be on a Collin campus or if they are hosting a transfer event at their campus or virtually.
-Check here transfer scholarships. View scholarships offered by the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation. Visit our Transfer Links page to learn about pre-admission. Please also visit Acadmic Partnerships' Scholaship page.
-Check for transfer requirements by visiting university websites. Go to our page Transfer Resources and Useful Links.
-If you want to apply for financial aid (FAFSA) click here for instructions.
-If you have already applied for financial aid, check here to make sure your status has not changed. For example, if you are 24 years old you may qualify for aid that you did not get when you first applied. Click here to see if your status for FAFSA has changed.