Do you want to transfer to a Texas public university?

If so, the Temple College Advising Center has aligned our Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degrees to match the lower-level requirements of our top 12 Texas public transfer universities.  These degrees were designed for students to meet degree requirements for their intended major at the university level. We want students to have the opportunity to take the exact classes that they need for transfer into their program of choice, while completing the associate degree in as short of time as possible with as small of a cost as possible.

The proudest moment I have is when I hand a student a degree and they lean over and say ‘I went to Temple College.’

Marc Nigliazzo


Contact Advising

One College Centre, Second Floor

Phone: 254-298-8331


Guided Pathways

Advising Notes 

Top 12 Texas Public Universities Temple College Students Transfer To

Transfer Stats

  1. Texas A&M – Central Texas
  2. Texas State University – San Marcos/Round Rock
  3. Texas A&M – College Station
  4. Tarleton State University
  5. University of Texas – Austin
  6. Sam Houston State University
  7. Texas Tech University
  8. University of North Texas
  9. University of Texas – Arlington
  10. Texas A&M – Corpus Christi
  11. Stephen F. Austin University
  12. University of Texas – San Antonio



Texas public universities are regulated, funded, and supported by the State of Texas.  Transfer of Temple College credits is only guaranteed at Texas Public Universities.

Temple College cannot guarantee transfer of credits to Texas private or out-of-state universities because they are not supported by the state. You will need to contact those universities to discuss transfer.

Students interested in transferring to one of these institutions are highly encouraged to come visit with an advisor early in their educational journey.

Transfer Partners

Guided Pathways

Temple College follows the Texas Success Center Guided Pathways practices.  Guided Pathways are academic maps that guide and prepare students to enter employment and further their education at 4-year institutions.  The Guided Pathway maps provide students with clear and coherent knowledge of the courses they should take and in what sequences so that students can seamlessly transfer into baccalaureate programs without loss of credit and without excess tuition cost.

Each pathway includes core curriculum courses that will automatically transfer into a bachelor’s degree program to satisfy the core curriculum at any state-supported college or university in Texas.

AA in Art AA in Computer Information Systems AA in History AS in Pre-Med
AA in Behavioral Science AS in Computer Science AS in Mathematics AA in Psychology
AS in Biology AA in Criminal Justice AA in Music AA in Sociology
AA in Business AA in English AA in Physical Education AA in Speech
AS in Chemistry AA in General Studies AA in Pre-Law AA in Teaching

Advising Notes

Advising Notes

First Semester:
Meet with an academic advisor or department chair to obtain a copy of your desired transfer university’s degree plan and to determine GPA needed to transfer.
Second Semester:
Schedule a campus tour with desired transfer university
Third Semester:
Meet with an academic advisor or department chair to ensure you are on the right path to graduation
Apply for admission to your desire transfer university & send your official transcripts
Fourth Semester:
Apply for graduation from Temple College

Confirm admission to intended transfer university and send final official transcripts