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  • At SUNY, we are built to provide transfer opportunities to all students. More than 45% of our baccalaureate graduates begin as transfer students. You can too.

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    At SUNY, we are built to provide transfer opportunities to all students. In fact, more than 45% of our baccalaureate graduates begin as transfer students.

    Whether you are working on a second degree, advancing your career or just looking for a change, we'll help you reach your goals. With our robust online offerings, you will find traditional and non-traditional learning environments focused on your transfer success.

    System-wide resources and policies will make your transfer experience seamless, keep you on track and minimize your time to degree - within a fair, responsible rate of tuition.  A SUNY degree is a smart investment and a solid reason why you may be able to graduate already ahead in your career.


    Transfer Policies

    You're In

    Guaranteed admission to a SUNY four-year campus for New York students transferring directly from a SUNY campus with an AA or AS degree.

    Credits Count

    Guaranteed junior standing for SUNY students who graduate with an AA or AS degree and transfer to a parallel program at a SUNY four-year campus.

    Common Foundation

    Satisfactorily completed general education requirements at one SUNY campus will meet the same requirement at another SUNY campus.

    We Agree

    Program to program articulation agreements outline transfer requirements from one campus to another.

    Steps to Transfer

    If you have taken some classes in the past, your credits can help you towards completing a degree with SUNY Online. Many transfer credits are accepted from other institutions (SUNY and non-SUNY) at SUNY, ensuring that the time and effort you've already put forth can help you on your way to degree completion. Specific transfer credit policies should be checked with a transfer advisor at the campus at which you're thinking of completing your degree.

    The information on this page will help you plan the steps you'll need to take in order to transfer and continue your education with SUNY.

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