Harford Community College

Sometimes it’s hard for community college students to find the right fit to continue their studies. At Salisbury University, we make it easy. Harford Community College and Salisbury University are committed to expanding educational opportunities and providing a smooth transition for students wishing to earn an associate and a baccalaureate degree. Harford offers a few transfer programs to help students transition into baccalaureate programs at SU. However, rest assured that if you are not in one of the cooperating programs, SU will work with you to help you meet your goals.

Why Choose SU?

 With its award-winning academic facilities, support services designed to help you achieve and high-quality programs taught by leaders in their discipline, SU offers everything you need to reach your academic and career goals. We pride ourselves on being a Maryland University of National Distinction, and some of our programs are amongst the top-rated in the country.

More than that, we believe the community our campus offers is invaluable to your learning experience. If you’re looking for an in-state institution to continue your studies, SU is just a quick hop from the Western Shore to the Eastern Shore. Our students often say that they feel connected to their peers, professors, and faculty and staff at SU. Whether it’s for classwork or career guidance, students know they can go to their professors and mentors. They connect with their peers to grow, both in the classroom and as people. At SU, we don’t just want you to find the perfect fit to transfer your credits; we want you to find your home.

If you’re nervous about finding the right undergraduate program, SU offers many support services to help you on the path to your degree. The agreement with Harford Community College provides a plan for students to continue their higher education.

Our Programs

SU offers two programs in cooperation with Harford Community College. However, other options are available to Harford Community College students who wish to transfer to SU.