Middlesex Community College has developed transfer articulation agreements to assist students with transferring to four-year colleges and universities.  These agreements are of two types.  The first is for specific programs taught at Middlesex, like Radiologic Technology and are called program- to-program articulation agreements.  The second are general articulation agreements.  This second type of agreement shows how MxCC courses transfer to the four-year school and how courses can be used to meet graduation requirements.  MxCC can have both program-to- program and general articulation agreements with individual four-year institutions.

IMPORTANT NOTE:  The transfer of MxCC courses does not depend on a formal articulation agreement.  Colleges and universities in Connecticut and throughout the country will accept transfer credits from any regionally accredited college or university.  The college that you transfer to determines which courses they accept. Students wishing to transfer should keep course syllabi and all course work for each course taken at MxCC and work carefully with your transfer institution, your academic advisor and/or a counselor in the Career Development & Counseling Center in order to ensure a smooth transfer experience.

The following are links or information about some of the MxCC articulation agreements in place at present.  MxCC is currently working on new articulation agreements which will be added to this list as they are established.

  • University of Connecticut

The University of Connecticut has program-to-program and general articulation agreements.  This link will bring you to both. To see how all courses transfer, click on the UConn Course Equivalency Website link.

  • Central, Southern, Eastern and Western Connecticut State Universities

The State Universities have general education agreements and are finalizing new program-to-program agreements. To see how courses transfer, click on Course Equivalency Website under each university.

  • Charter Oak State College

Charter Oak State College has both program- to- program and general articulation agreements.

  • University of Saint Joseph 

The University of Saint Joseph, West Hartford, CT has both program- to- program and general articulation agreements.

Community College Transfer Link Click on online course equivalencies to see how all courses transfer to USJ
MxCC Program-to Program Articulation Guides Use this link for program-to-program guides.
Adult learners Guaranteed Admission Program

Program- to- Program Agreements for the MxCC Radiologic Technology Program
  • St. Vincent’s College and Middlesex Community College – Radiologic Technology Program

This agreement is for students enrolled in the MxCC Radiologic Technology program who identify interest in enrolling in the Bachelor Science Radiologic Sciences (BSRS) Completion Program at St. Vincent’s College. Students participating in this agreement will be pre-approved for enrollment in the St. Vincent’s College BSRS Completion Program upon graduation from MxCC and licensure as a radiographer in the state of Connecticut. For more information about this agreement please contact Judy Wallace, Director of Radiologic Technology at JWallace@mxcc.edu.

  • University of Hartford and Middlesex Community College – Radiologic Technology Program      

This agreement is for MxCC students who complete the Radiologic Technology Program with an average GPA of 2.5 or better and pass the National Certification Examination in Radiologic Technology. Students will complete courses to receive the Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Science. For more information about this agreement please contact Judy Wallace, Director of Radiologic Technology at JWallace@mxcc.edu.

  • Quinnipiac Universityand Middlesex Community College – Radiologic Technology Program

This agreement is for MxCC students who complete the Radiologic Technology Program with an average GPA of 2.5 or better AND are recommended for transfer under the terms of this agreement.  Students following this agreement will complete courses to receive a B.S. degree in Diagnostic Imaging. For more information about this agreement please contact Judy Wallace, Director of Radiologic Technology at JWallace@mxcc.edu.