Transfer Agreements

Spartanburg Methodist College is designed to build a strong academic foundation. For your continued success, we’re proud to offer a variety of connection programs with four-year institutions across the southeast. Currently, we’re engaged in the following agreements:

Articulation Agreements – Agreements between schools to accept course credits in transfer toward a specific academic program.

Bridge Programs – Assistance programs designed to help students achieve a four-year degree, following graduation with their two-year associate’s degree. These programs target transference to specific schools; SMC partners primarily with Wofford College,  College of Charleston, Converse College, and Presbyterian College for students wishing to continue to a four-year degree.

Direct Connect – An immediate connection program Spartanburg Methodist has with USC-Upstate. This program allows a student to jump directly to USC-Upstate for their junior year, following completion of their Associate’s degree at SMC.

We maintain transfer agreements with the following schools:

  • Anderson University
  • Brevard College
  • Charleston Southern University
  • Claflin University
  • Clemson University
  • Coastal Carolina University
  • Coker College
  • College of Charleston
  • Columbia College
  • Converse College
  • Erskine College
  • Francis Marion University
  • Furman University
  • Gardner Webb University
  • Greensboro College
  • Lander University
  • Limestone College
  • Mars Hill
  • Newberry College
  • North Greenville University
  • Sherman College of Chiropractic*
  • Southern Wesleyan
  • University of NC Charlotte
  • University of South Carolina
  • University of South Carolina Upstate
  • Winthrop University
  • Wofford College

The Associate in Arts, Associate in Fine Arts, Associate in Business, Associate in Science, and the Associates in Religious Studies degrees are designed for a flawless transfer into bachelor’s degree programs. The Counseling Center and Student Support Services have copies of transfer guides, along with faculty advisors. If transfer students or graduates experience any difficulty in transferring SMC courses to other institutions, please notify SMC’s Registrar. The College will act as an advocate for the student with the transfer institution and will attempt to resolve the problem.