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Tarrant County College

Together, UoPeople and Tarrant County College have created an incredible opportunity for students to take their education to the next level. Students now have the chance to transfer their Tarrant County College associate degree credits to a tuition-free bachelor’s degree program, saving both time and money! If you haven't earned your associates degree, you can take advantage of Tarrant County College's reverse transfer program and transfer credits earned at UoPeople back to Tarrant County College to complete your associates.

Tarrant County College students can now:

Earn a bachelor’s for less than $2,900 when transferring an associate degree
Transfer up to 30 courses (90 credits) toward a UoPeople bachelor’s degree program
Associate degree holders get their first 20 courses (60 credits) transferred at no cost
Study with a unique, 100% online model that offers unmatched flexibility

Feel free to reach out to with any questions!

Considering making the move from Tarrant County College? Apply to UoPeople today

About Tarrant County College

Tarrant County College was established by a countywide election on July 31, 1965, as Tarrant County Junior College, the name change coming in 1999. Recently, TCC was named the seventh-largest college or university in Texas. TCC celebrated its Golden Jubilee in 2015, by recognizing 50 years since the college was established.