Last Published 4/30/13
Planning Your Transfer
- Select several colleges/universities offering programs in your area of interest – check deadlines.
- Check the costs necessary to attend each of these institutions.
- Applications for admission to the state universities, city universities and local colleges are available in the Transfer Counseling Office, Nassau Hall, Room 4 A. You must obtain all other applications directly from the colleges to which you plan to apply.
- Upon receipt of your applications, answer all questions and return the applications before the deadline. Failure to do this will jeopardize your chance of acceptance.
- Some colleges require your high school transcript and SAT scores. If this information is requested, contact your high school guidance office and have a transcript mailed to the institutions of your choice.
- Check with the Transfer Counseling Office regarding recommendations to other colleges.
- Please check the registrar's Web pages for information regarding the process for forwarding your transcript to other colleges.
- Check the transfer information published in the student newspaper, the Vignette. Read our Transfer newsletter, published each semester and mailed to your home address. Check the calendars posted in strategic spots on campus. The calendars list the location, the date and time, and when representatives from four‑year institutions are scheduled to visit our campus.
- Visit the Transfer Counseling Office in Nassau Hall, Room 4 A, for any additional transfer concerns you may have. Attend our group sessions. The sessions are held for students seeking information about the transfer process. The dates and location of these sessions are published in the Vignette and are listed on calendars posted in strategic spots around campus.