Westchester Community College Transfer Agreements

During the WCC closure, we want you to know that the Office of Transfer Services is always available for transfer advisory and transfer application support services. You can ask us a question by email transfer@sunywcc.edu or agree to a virtual or telephone appointment. You can also schedule an online appointment via Viking Success. The following articulation agreements show courses that are transferred from Westchester Community College to New York Tech and the courses you need to take here to get your bachelor`s degree. New York Tech offers a generous transfer credit acceptance policy, which includes not only college courses at Westchester Community College, but also prior knowledge and life experiences, as well as advanced internships and university courses in high school. After registration, our transfer evaluations department reviews your transcripts and prepares a personalized and personalized assessment of the credits that apply to your major. In addition to the above, Iona College also offers several merit scholarships to transfer students. Visit: Iona College Financial Aid and Scholarships Page: www.iona.edu/student-life/student-financial-services/financial-aid-scholarships.aspx For a list of dates and times, or to register for a virtual event with one of the colleges: Joint agreements are agreements between a community college and a four-year college designed to give students information about the courses they must take during the conclusion of their association and the courses required after transmission. They gained knowledge inside and outside the classroom. For this reason, we offer you the opportunity to obtain college credits based on relevant academic knowledge, military and personnel experience and a portfolio review.

They worked hard to earn their associate degree. We worked closely with Westchester Community College to plan the coursework needed to easily move to one of our New York Tech licensing courses. Marymount Manhattan College guarantees admission to students who complete specific related regressive programs, including communication and media studies, global business, business administration, liberal arts and science/humanities, liberal and social sciences, liberal arts and mathematical sciences and science, journalism, marketing and digital film. Students must have at least a cumulative MPA of 2.0 before the start of their final semester of their associate program (or the final assessment is verified at the height of the associated degree, in the hope that the student will achieve a cumulative MPA of 2.0 or more).) Students receive 60 credits that they can transfer to Marymount Manhattan College for all courses taken at Westchester Community College, provided they receive a grade of “A” “B” or “C” (C- also accepted). Students who complete their associated program with a cumulative MPA of 2.75 or more would receive the $2,000 per year of articulation grant. This premium would be allocated to the student once a year for a maximum of three years, provided that he maintains at least 2.5 MPAs. How can I get more information about the transfer to Lehman College? If so, ask your associate college to send the official copy of your course to the New York Tech Office of Admissions.