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Restart Your Path With PPC

15 March 2016 By Lucas

PPC Transfer StudentNo matter what path you have taken, if you are looking to get started with your college education, PPC is the place for you. We have a variety of resources to help you get your college career going with us at PPC. Whether you are looking to transfer colleges, change career fields, or start a whole new journey, we are happy to help you accomplish your dreams.

Pioneer Pacific College Student Transfer Process

Many of PPC’s students transfer in from other colleges or start up a degree that wasn’t finished years before. We allow students to transfer a variety of credits to help aid in the completion of a degree, certificate, or diploma. We can partner with you to create a smooth credit transfer process and help you make the right financial decisions for your course of learning. Here are the few steps it takes to get started with your future at PPC:

Step 1: Interview
Each prospective student is asked to visit one of our campuses, take a tour, and talk with an Admissions Officer about their interests and goals. During the interview, you can ask questions about PPC, about your particular program, and anything else you may be curious about. The Admissions Officer will also walk you through the application process.

Step 2: Testing & Applying
Each prospective student is required to take an exam that measures basic reading, writing, and mathematical skills. This test ensures students’ ability to succeed here at PPC.

Step 3: Financial Aid & Acceptance
After your application has been completed, applicants can meet with a Financial Aid Officer to help set up a personalized financial assistance plan. Once students are accepted, they are scheduled for orientation and can start their journey with PPC.

Step 4: Transfer Credits
Up to one-half of the credits required to complete a program with PPC may be awarded through transfer credits. There are specific guidelines laid out for transferring credits for particular degrees, diplomas, and certificates.

If you are looking to begin your college career with PPC, you simply need to skip the transfer credit step at the end, and you are ready to start your college career! We are always willing to help you make the decision, to see if PPC is the right place for you. If you would like more information, please fill out our online “Get Started” form here. We also provide a variety of resources to help you choose the best possible financial plan for your current situation. PPC is waiting for you! Get started on your journey with us today!

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