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UST On The Road- Transfers

Community Colleges

The University of St. Thomas prides itself on making the transfer process a smooth one. From your personalized campus visit to transfer orientation, our transfer admissions staff works closely with incoming students to ensure an easy transition.
Select your community college below to find out more about transferring to UST.

UST evaluates incoming credits from community colleges such as Houston Community College, Lone Star College,  San Jacinto College, Wharton College and Blinn College.

Houston Community College

Houston Community CollegeUniversity of St. Thomas is proud to partner with Houston Community College, the second-largest community college system in the United States. Our collaborations include an articulation agreement to make your transfer easier and special programs to support students interested in the STEM fields (science, technology, engineering and math).

Lone Star College

Lone Star College SystemUniversity of St. Thomas has partnered with Lone Star College System to form an articulation agreement that makes transferring easy. Students benefit from UST’s close proximity to areas such as Kingwood, Tomball, and The Woodlands. With over 60 student groups and a variety of student activities, UST promotes the pursuit of your unique interests and talents. UST also offers the opportunity to experience traditional on-campus living in our safe and comfortable residence halls.

San Jacinto College

San Jacinto CollegeMany students from the San Jacinto College District find a home at University of St. Thomas. Strong academics, acceptance of many SJC classes and a wide array of activities and student organizations make UST a natural next step in your educational career.

Wharton County Junior College

Wharton County Junior CollegeUST welcomes many successful transfer students from Wharton County Junior College. Our strong liberal arts curriculum and extensive student-life opportunities allow transfer students to cultivate both their academic and personal growth, whether living on campus or commuting just minutes away.