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SUNY Admission Fact Sheet

The SUNY website provides a wealth of information regarding transferring to a SUNY four-year institution.   The link below will provide you with direct access to the transfer student portion of the website. http://www.suny.edu/student/transfer.cfm

Here you will find information on:

  • Steps to Transfer
  • SUNY Transfer Paths
  • Planning Your Coursework acceptance at your transfer college.
  • Course Equivalencies
  • Campus Resources
  • Campus Contacts

SUNY General Education Requirements

For a list of approved courses at Westchester Community College that meet the SUNY General Education Requirements please go to:

http://catalog.sunywcc.edu/preview_program.php?catoid=16&poid=994

Application Deadlines
Although each SUNY institution has their own admission application deadline, it is highly recommended to follow the guidelines listed below under the SUNY Transfer Guarantee Program. The SUNY application fee is waived for up to four campus choices for all students graduating with an A.A or A.S. degree.

SUNY Transfer Guarantee
“An opportunity to continue full-time study at a four-year State University college is guaranteed to all New York residents who transfer directly from a SUNY or CUNY two-year college with an AA or AS degree. The transfer guarantee becomes effective if you are denied admission at all of your SUNY four-year college choices. To be eligible you must: File your application with the ASC by March 1 for fall admission, and by October 1 for spring admission. Provide four-year campuses with an official two-year college transcript, showing three semesters of completed studies, by March 15 for fall admission, and by October 15 for spring admission. Complete all required supplemental application materials by April 15 for fall admission, and by November 15 for spring admission. Although campus choice and academic program are not guaranteed, SUNY staff will work one-on-one with each Transfer Guarantee candidate to determine how the applicant can be best served given campuses and programs that are open and suitable.”