Transfer Day Feb 17, 2022


Odessa College Transfer Day

Thursday, February 17, 2022 | 10 am until 3 pm | Saulsbury Campus Center

Planning to transfer? Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with college and university representatives. OC Transfer Day is open to OC students and the public. Make plans to attend if you want more information about transfer opportunities at public and private colleges and universities in Texas and beyond.   You can speak with advisors and representatives regarding application, credit transfer, and academic programs. 

THIS IS A DRIVE TO SUCCESS EVENT – points and prizes available. Don’t Miss It.

…and make plans to continue the transfer conversation at the OC Twitter Chat scheduled for Thursday, February 17th at 7 pm CST.  Topic: Transfer & OC Homecoming

Follow Odessa College at  and President Gregory D. Williams at to keep the transfer movement and conversation going! #TweetOC #PositivelyOC

Tentative list of colleges and universities below

UTPB | Alex Castro

Howard Payne University | David Williams

University of North Texas Health Science Center | Mike Cooley

Angelo State University | Kalyn Hardegree

Eastern New Mexico University | Michael Lucero

Covenant Health School of Nursing | Trent McGuire,

Odessa College Bachelor Programs | Megan Brincks



Occupational Safety and Health

Texas Tech University | Danay Phelps

UTSA | Mariah Neaumeyer

Dallas Baptist University | Lauren Jane Hunsker

West Texas A&M | Marissa Rivera

University of Houston-Victoria | Kevin Derek Tovey          

Sul Ross State University | Melissa Schenkman

Wayland Baptist University | Jonathan Luna

Tarleton State University | Amber Carrillo 

McMurry University | Melanie Long

University of North Texas | Geoffrey Johnston           

New Mexico Tech | Gregory Stringer

WGU Texas

Huston-Tillotson University

University of Texas

Texas Tech University HSC El Paso- Hunt School of Nursing

Texas A&M Engineering Academy at Midland College


Odessa College continues to follow the CDC guidelines to mitigate the spread and unpredictability of the COVID-19 virus. The college’s sanitization protocols significantly reduce exposure to the virus in learning and student support spaces. Please continue taking recommended precautions to protect yourself and others while on campus: wear a mask; avoid close contact with others; cover your nose and mouth when you cough or sneeze; avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth; clean and disinfect surfaces and objects that may be contaminated; wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.