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Transfer Agreements

Students are often concerned about how their course will transfer from one institution to the next. Transfer Agreements (commonly referred to as Articulation Agreements) help alleviate these concerns. If a Transfer Agreement is in place, it means that faculty at an outside institution has thoroughly evaluated an academic program from MassBay for approval. Benefits of a transfer agreement commonly include transfer of all college-level course work and/or guaranteed admission.

Students seeking to transfer a college agreement should print the appropriate summary sheet and include it with their application to the school. If the student applies online, the summary sheet should be mailed in with any other documentation including, personal essays, recommendations, or official transcripts.



Massachusetts State School Transfer Programs Search Tool

Initiation of an Articulation Agreement — whether by internal or external constituents — requires the completion and submission of a Notice of Intent to Pursue an Articulation Agreement. Upon submission, this form will be shared with appropriate parties, such as: Vice President for Academic Affairs, Division Dean, Department Chair, Coordinator of Transfer Affairs & Articulation, etc. It is suggested that all interested parties review the Articulation Guidelines before and during the articulation process. Additional questions can be directed to the Coordinator of Transfer Affairs & Articulation.

To review a transfer agreement, please click the corresponding link below.

Arizona State University
Bay Path College
Bay State College
Bentley University
Boston College – Woods College of Advancing Studies

Boston University - Metropolitan College

Bryant University
Lasell College
Newbury College
New England College of Business and Finance
Northeastern University - College of Professional Studies
Regis College
Suffolk University


Graduates of the MassBay Nursing program are eligible for admission into RN to BSN programs at a variety of institutions in Massachusetts. For more information on available programs, admission guidelines and MassTransfer Block information, please read the RN to BSN transfer guide.