Building E, Room E205
Bachelor’s Degree Partners on Campus
Students can meet with representatives from Columbia College of Missouri, Judson University, Northern Illinois University, and Roosevelt University in offices located on ECC’s campus. These partner schools offer opportunities to complete a bachelor’s degree and certificates on ECC’s campus, online, or at other locations in and near Elgin.
Columbia College of Missouri
ECC has partnered with Columbia College of Missouri to offer convenient access to upper-level courses leading to a bachelor’s degree while allowing students to complete their entire bachelor’s degree program on ECC’s campus. Students complete the first two to three years of a bachelor’s degree enrolling in ECC courses at ECC’s lower tuition rates, then enjoy a seamless transition to Columbia College of Missouri.
Degree Options Include:
- Bachelor of Arts or Science in business administration with majors in management, marketing, or human resources management.
- Bachelor of Arts in criminal justice administration, human services, or interdisciplinary studies.
Judson University, Elgin
Earn your associate and bachelor’s degrees without leaving Elgin. Complete your associate degree at Elgin Community College, then finish your bachelor’s degree down the road at Judson University. Arrange an appointment to meet with a Judson University representative in offices located on ECC’s campus.
Northern Illinois University, DeKalb
Earn an associate degree at Elgin Community College, then finish your NIU bachelor’s degree or certificate at nearby convenient locations or online. Programs include, but are not limited to:
- BS Elementary Education
- Health and Human Sciences
- Liberal Arts and Sciences
- Nursing – RN to BSN Completion Program
Roosevelt University, Chicago and Schaumburg
Earn an associate degree at Elgin Community College, then finish your bachelor’s degree in one of many program areas at Roosevelt University in Chicago, Schaumburg, or online.
Dual Enrollment Program
ECC partners with Columbia College of Missouri, Elmhurst College, Roosevelt University, and Western Illinois University to offer dual admission programs for students planning to pursue a baccalaureate degree following attendance at ECC. Students who are interested in participating in the Dual Admission Program while enrolled at ECC must complete a dual admission application with the intended transfer school. Admitted students begin their coursework at ECC, and starting their junior year enjoy a seamless transition to the university. For more information, visit University Transfer Partnerships.
Transfer - Compact Agreements
Students in good standing who have completed a baccalaureate-oriented associate degree (AA or AS) will be considered to have attained junior standing upon transfer from ECC to the following universities:
- Chicago State University
- Eastern Illinois University
- Governors State University
- Illinois State University
- Northeastern Illinois University
- Northern Illinois University
- Southern Illinois University Carbondale
- Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
- University of Illinois Springfield
- Western Illinois University
Note: Students are not guaranteed admission to every major or program. Additional courses or specific admission requirements for specialized major or programs may be required. Meet with your academic advisor early and often to ensure that you are taking the courses needed at your intended transfer university.
*Confirmation of all course work with the intended transfer institution is the responsibility of the student. It is recommended that students considering the University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana, University of Illinois-Chicago, any private school, or any out of state school work with an academic advisor to select ECC courses to match the specific freshman and sophomore requirements at those institutions.
Transfer Educational Plans by Major
ECC academic advisors will assist ECC students in creating an educational plan for successful transfer to any college or university. To schedule an appointment with an academic advisor, call the ECC Student Success Center, 847-214-7390.