In order to continue your collegiate athletic career after you've transferred from PCC, you must meet certain academic requirements. These requirements vary for each NCAA division. You can discuss how to meet these requirements with one of our academic counselors. Featured below are the requirement summaries for the various NCAA athletic divisions.


NCAA Division I

Transfer Requirements (for non-qualifiers)

  • AA/AS Degree (60 transferrable units, 18 of those in a major)
  • 6 units of transferrable English (1A and 1B/1C)
  • 3 units of transferrable math (math 3, 7A, Stat 18/50, etc…)
  • Transferrable science with lab
  • Overall transferrable 2.5 GPA
  • Average 12 transferrable units per full-time semester
  • PE Units should be limited, speak with a counselor for more information.

40/60/80 Rule – Transferring to a D-I school

  • Before your 5th full-time semester, you must have completed 40% of your bachelor's degree.
  • Before your 7th full-time semester, you must have completed 60% of your bachelor's degree.
  • Before your 9th full-time semester, you must have completed 80% of your bachelor's degree.

NCAA Division II

Transfer Requirements (for non-qualifiers)

  • AA/AS Degree (60 transferrable units, 18 of those in a major)
    • OR
  • average 12 transferable units per full-time semester
  • 6 units of transferable English (If not graduating)
  • 3 units of transferable math (math 3, 7A, Stat 18/50, etc…) (If not graduating)
  • Transferrable science with lab
  • Overall transferrable 2.0 GPA

NCAA Division III

Transfer Requirements

  • Must be academically/athletically eligible when leaving the two-year school and be accepted to the D-III institution

NAIA

Transfer Requirements

  • Must have completed at least 24 transferrable units in your last two semesters of enrollment prior to transfer
  • Must have completed at least 28 transferrable units to be eligible for your third season of competition.

Questions about your transfer possibilities? Come to The Zone to speak with one of our counselors who can help you further explore your options!


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