SUNY Transfer Agreement
An opportunity to continue full-time study at a four-year State University of New York college is guaranteed to all New York residents who transfer directly from NCCC with an AA or an AS degree. Acceptance to a specific college or academic program is not guaranteed. Strict deadlines and other rules are enforced to qualify for this program. For further information, contact the Student Development Department.
View the list of Articulation Agreements.
Another option that provides an effective transfer route is called an articulation agreement. Articulation agreements confirm that participating colleges agree on course equivalences for individual majors. NCCC has over 100 articulation agreements with colleges and universities across the country. Students need to apply to the College or university of their choice. Although there is no guarantee of acceptance, the articulation agreements recognize course equivalencies that have been agreed upon by the Colleges or universities. The articulation agreements also serve to inform students about program prerequisites and requirements.
What is Dual Admission?
Dual Admission is a special transfer program developed in conjunction with selected four-year colleges and universities. This program enables students to take advantage of some unique benefits. The Dual Admission program is available for only certain colleges and certain majors. To participate in the program, a student must be enrolled in the appropriate parallel NCCC curriculum (see "Programs Listed by General Program Area"), and must meet the course and GPA guidelines of the four-year college.
What are the Benefits of Dual Admission?
- No need to file a separate application to transfer
- Guaranteed acceptance to the four-year college
- Student's academic advisor at NCCC is specially trained to advise students who are in Dual Admission programs
- Use of the NCCC DA Transfer Guides which list specific course requirements
- Access to program advisors at the transfer college
- Transfer college monitors the progress of students while they are enrolled at NCCC
- Transcripts forwarded to the transfer college at the end of each semester
- Transfer with junior-level standing
- Earlier Registration at the Transfer College
- Ability to graduate from the 4 year College after 2 years of full time study
Who is Eligible for Dual Admission?
NCCC students with less than 30 credits completed are eligible for Dual Admissions. Students with credits completed at another college are not eligible (exceptions: college credit courses taken while still enrolled in high school or while in the military)
How Do I Apply for Dual Admission?
Students can apply for Dual Admissions after meeting with a counselor in Student Development. Call 614-6789 or stop by B-102 to set up an appointment.
4-Year College/University Representative Visits
Throughout the semester Transfer Services offers opportunities for students to meet individually with a representative from a 4-year college/university they are considering to have all questions answered. Schedule a meeting with a representative from the colleges below. All appointments will be held in Student Development (Room A-131).
- Buffalo State College
- Canisius College
- Daemen College
- D'Youville College
- Hilbert College
- Houghton College
- Medaille College
- Niagara University
- St. Bonaventure University
- SUNY Brockport
- SUNY at Buffalo (UB)
- SUNY Fredonia
- SUNY Geneseo
- Villa Maria College
College Transfer Fair - Fall 2017 (September 21st, 2017)
Student Development welcomes you to attend the Fall 2017 College Transfer Fair on Thursday, September 21st, from 11:00-1:30 on the Sanborn Campus. Curious about popular questions to ask the representatives at the Transfer Fair? View FAQ here! Representatives from more than 40 SUNY and private colleges will be on campus to answer questions concerning their institutions. This will be an ideal opportunity for you to compare the colleges you are considering.