Welcome, NMC students!

At Davenport, transfer students are a vital part of our student body. You bring experience to share and inspire others with your focus on career goals. We set you up for success with personal transfer planning, assigned personal academic advisors, generous financial aid and career guidance for life.

With about 30% of our students being transfer students, you won't be alone in this journey.

Insider tips for an easy transfer

  • 60+ Programs = Your full associate degree applies to a qualifying DU degree leaving only 60+ credits to complete (2 years or less)
  • Follow a 3+1 for maximum transfer benefits. Work directly with your personal Admissions Representative to map out your plan.
  • Choose ENG 111 and MTH 111 at NMC to satisfy the DU English & math acceptance requirements (and maximize your transfer credits)
  • You can take DU and NMC classes in the same semester with Consortium. Use DU financial aid to cover the cost of both. A great option to help you complete your Associate degree requirements while you step forward to your Bachelor's degree.
  • DU/NMC Special Programs:

Affordable education

Many NMC transfer students have found that DU is an affordable option!  95% of our students qualify for some kind of financial aid, we can help you too!  Let our experts build you a personal financial aid package based on your unique situation:

  • Special partnership tuition rate for qualifying programs.
  • Academic scholarships ranging from $6,000/year to $2,000/year (GPA 2.8+)
  • Are you a member of Phi Theta Kappa? Increase your academic scholarship to $4,000/year!
  • Plus we can help you qualify for additional DU scholarships and Federal and State grants
  • We also offer tuition grants & discounts if you are an employee or member of one of our partner organizations

Why NMC?

"I take a blend of courses at DU and NMC. The NMC classes are generally aviation-focused or more general. My DU classes are business-focused, like international business and project management. It is a cool blend because it lowers the bill, but I am still getting a high-quality education."

Tori G