PCC Transfer Center
East Carolina University
East Carolina University
ECU CAA Transfer Degree Plans (NCCCS Crosswalks). Look for them all near the bottom of the page.
Your Guide to the Pirate Promise program. PCC and East Carolina University recently approved a new co-admission agreement. Under the agreement, interested students will apply to PCC and ECU simultaneously. Participating PCC students also will be eligible to receive:
- Joint academic advising and financial aid counseling.
- Access to ECU’s libraries, student activities, and other benefits.
Starting in Fall 2021, the Honors College at East Carolina University will be accepting 10 transfer students into the college. These students will come in as Centennial Fellows and will be required to complete the Honors College curriculum associated with being a Centennial Fellow. Students will have up to 5 semesters of scholarship funding to complete their undergraduate degree.
Centennial Fellows receive a scholarship valued at $1,250 per semester for 5 semesters, along with all of the benefits associated with participation in the Honors College.
The ECU UGETC Course List with new changes. Document created April 17, 2018.
One stop shopping for all things transfer at ECU.
Your path in life is ahead of you. What direction will you choose? What will you discover? Explore all we have to offer.
Through East Carolina's Degree Explorer tool, you have quick access to information that can help you make one of the most exciting choices of your life-your college major or graduate degree program. We provide you a closer look at each of our degree programs, so you'll be confident with the information you need to make a decision.
East Carolina University Career Services supports and empowers students in their career development to succeed as professionals in a global community.
The mission of the East Carolina University Academic Advising Collaborative is to guide, serve and support students by partnering with academic departments and support services, to promote diverse educational experiences, and to foster professional success and responsible citizenship.
The Academic Advising Collaborative is comprised of professional and faculty advisors.
This document includes information about all ECU degree programs. It is useful for a student to use this document to explore their options at ECU and what will be required of them within that degree program.
Use this to see what a PCC course translates to at ECU.
Course equivalency is evaluated for complete undergraduate admissions applications only. Course equivalencies are continuously under development and course credit is not guaranteed. If you have taken courses for which no equivalencies are defined, we will evaluate your transcripts during the official review of your complete admissions application. Select transfer courses listed only receive credit based on departmental qualification. Courses in Industrial Technology and Nursing will only be granted credit after the appropriate AAS degree has been awarded. The Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree concentrations are currently not included in this agreement, and will not accept these courses. Please check with your department for verification of Industrial Technology course transfer.
This PowerPoint includes useful information to share with any potential ECU transfer students you may have.
This PowerPoint includes information about the different majors at ECU and how some are more difficult to gain acceptance into than others.
East Carolina University College of Nursing is nationally recognized for innovative programs in nursing education and collaborative, interdisciplinary partnerships that improve the way health care is provided in rural underserved communities as well as for research that advances nursing science.