The most successful Transfer Plans are those that are completed early.
After graduating from SUNY Schenectady, many students decide to continue their education at a 4 year college or university to obtain a Bachelor’s (B.A., B.S., or B.T.) degree. This may seem very daunting but in reality, it can be quite straight forward. Remember that your first 2 years at SUNY Schenectady are usually the same as what you would have been taking in your first 2 years at any college. Therefore you should expect to go to a senior college as a Junior or third-year student. In most cases a B.A. or B.S. = A.A. or A.S. + 2 more years of study at a senior college.
SUNY Schenectady offers transfer assistance to help you choose the senior college that is right for you. Whether your sights are set on a college across the country or right here in the Capital District, we can help you make the transition a smooth one. Here are links to assist you in your transfer plans...begin to use these links in your 1st or 2nd semester.
- 10 Steps to an Easy Transfer
- Transfer Checklist
- Financial Aid for Transfer Students
- Transfer Myths and Facts
- Transfer Paths for SUNY schools
- Frequently Asked Transfer Questions
- Articulation and Transfer Agreements
- Transfer College Resources
Meet with a Transfer Advisor
Visit the Academic Advisement Center in Elston Hall, Room 222 to speak with an Academic Advisor.
Research Transfer Colleges and Universities
Meet with College and University Representatives at Transfer Events such as:
- Advisor in Residence
- College and University Information Tables
- Transfer College Fairs
Read Transfer News
Learn about various virtual transfer events that are available to you during the Fall semester. Read the latest issue of Transfer News.
Virtual Advisor in Residence Days
Meet counselors to talk about transfer opportunities.
Contact Jen Sloan at 518-782-6595 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Wade Binneboese at 607-436-2320 or email@example.com