MD Assoc. Community Colleges Host Over 60 Universities at Virtual Fair October 11-14 to Explain How MSC Students Can Transfer Credits to 4-Year Colleges


Current and prospective College of Southern Maryland (CSM) students will have the opportunity to learn how to transfer their credits from CSM to over 60 colleges and universities by attending the Fall Virtual Transfer Fair, October 11-14 . Maryland, outlet Historically black colleges and universities in the mid-Atlantic region are planning to participate in the event hosted by the Maryland Association of Community Colleges (MACC).

TheFall VirtualTransferFair, although specifically designed for current community college students,may also benefit high school students in the region interested in the transfer process.College representatives will be available every day from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. during the virtual format of the show. Participants will learn:

  • The application and transfer process –Learn more about the admissions process and how to transfer the credits you’ve already earned.
  • Scholarships and financial aid –Learn about the different types of financial aid, need and merit-based scholarships, and the importance of completing an FAFSA.
  • Majors and Career Relationships– Join a conversation about academic options and experiences, including honors and learning communities.
  • Campus life and student involvement– Learn more about campus life, student life (fraternities, sororities, professional organizations and community programs) and find the right fit.

A complete calendar of dates and times is available at All sessions will take place in sub-committee rooms on Zoom. Pre-registration is not required, but students will need the latest Zoom update on their device to participate. To get the best experience, students are encouraged to visit the website before the event.

The free fair is coordinated by the MACC Transfer Professionals Working Group. For general information on the Virtual Transfer Fair, visit


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