There’s no minimum number of transfer credits required, and the maximum number of transfer credits from a two-year institution is 72; from a four-year institution, the maximum number of credits we’ll take is 90. An associate degree is not required.
Occupational therapy candidates must also indicate occupational therapy as their intended major on the Application for Undergraduate Admission and Scholarship Opportunities. There is no separate application for the occupational therapy program.
Keuka College will consider all applicants for general admission as a first step. Secondly, any student applying to the occupational therapy program will receive a separate letter after February 15, 2014 notifying them of their admission status to the occupational therapy program.
Keuka College accepts a limited number of applicants to the occupational therapy program annually, but welcomes all candidates not admitted to the program to consider other courses of study at Keuka College.
The ASL and ASL-English Interpreting programs require students entering with previous coursework or experience in ASL to submit a video to determine placement in the appropriate language courses. Download additional information, including guidelines and deadlines.
In nearly all cases, you’ll transfer into our ASL-English interpreting program as a sophomore. Exceptions are made only if you’re coming from another intrepreting program and these are reviewed by the division chair on a case-by-case basis.