Whether you’re thinking about transferring to Keuka College because you’re done (or almost done) with your associate degree, or because the school you’re at now just isn’t the right “fit,” you’ll find one—or more—of our 34 majors exciting, rewarding, and challenging.
Each year, more and more students transfer to Keuka College because they recognize the distinct competitive advantage our focus on experiential, hands-on learning provides our graduates. If you’re thinking about joining us sometime in the future, here are a few things you’d probably like to know.
If you have any questions along the way, feel free to contact Jennifer Nielsen. She’s our transfer coordinator and can help you get started.
If you’ve earned at least 25 credits, you won’t be required to take the same liberal arts core classes as freshmen. Our partnerships with area community colleges make it easy for you to see which classes will transfer to Keuka College, and our 2+2 programs guarantee your admission into the College–as long as you keep your grades up. We have 2+2 programs with Corning, Finger Lakes, and Monroe Community Colleges.
And don’t worry if you can’t find a credit transfer guide for the school(s) where you’ve taken classes at; we can evaluate those credits, too.
Transfer students qualify for state, federal, and institutional need-based financial aid programs.
As a rule of thumb, Keuka College awards the following:
The Office of Financial Aid can answer any questions you have about these scholarships and grants, which apply to the 2016-17 academic year.
If you have a wide variety of interests, talents, and goals, you’ll find success here like you never thought possible.
While our academic programs are rigorous, you’ll find plenty of opportunities to get involved in community service projects, take on leadership roles, experiment with the hobbies you’re interested in, and hone your skills and talents.
If you need a bit of extra help, our 14:1 student/faculty ratio; personalized, one-on-one advising; strong academic support and tutoring programs; and highly qualified, hands-on student affairs staff ensure you’ll get the support you need when and if you need it.
Keuka College is a small school. Within just a few weeks, you’ll have met nearly all your classmates, all of your professors will know you by name, and you’ll find yourself spending time with club advisors, coaches, and other members of our faculty and staff.
Our Office of Transfer and Commuter Student Services also offers
We value what every Keuka College student brings to the table, and we can’t wait to get to know you and see how you can enhance our community.
For more information, contact Amanda Wickham, coordinator of transfer and commuter student services at (315) 279-5031, or visit her office, located in Dahlstrom Student Center.