TRANSFER APPLICATION PROCESS
Students who wish to transfer to Morrisville State College from another college or university should follow these guidelines:
- Candidates are evaluated for admission on a rolling basis. Transfer applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible. Notification of acceptance for the fall semester begins November 1. Notification for the spring semester begins October 1. Transfer applicants are able to submit the SUNY application.
- If you will be attending the Norwich Campus, indicate "NORWICH" under "special campus project" on the "my campus selections" page of the SUNY online application.
- Please forward all official high school and college transcripts to the Admissions Office for evaluation.
- SAT/ACT scores are required for all transfer applicants considering an bachelor degrees and select associate degrees who have not completed 24 college credits.
- A minimum of one Letter of Recommendation must be provided. Appropriate references include former teachers or school officials, employers, and organizations.
- A personal essay is recommended with your application. Your personal essay should address the following: In 300-500 words, explain how admission to the Degree program you have selected will help you meet your life goals and describe the knowledge, skills, abilities, and/or experiences that will make you successful.
- Candidates who are interested in enrolling in the Education Opportunity Program (EOP) must have transferred from a equivalent EOP, HEOP or SEEK program.
- Candidates are evaluated for admission on a rolling basis and offered admission on a space available basis.
PREVIOUS COLLEGE WORK
In general, transfer credit is granted when courses are applicable to the curriculum for which the student is applying, the course grade is a minimum of C or better, and the course was taken by the student in the past seven (7) years. Transfer credit will not be included in the student's Morrisville State College grade point average, but may change the GPA if the course is substituted for a Morrisville course. Transfer credit will not contribute toward a student's residency requirement.
Morrisville State College also has a variety of articulation agreements with area community colleges, many of which guarantee enrollment at Morrisville with full Junior status.
- View a current list of articulations
- View information regarding transfer equivalencies from SUNY community colleges
Official credit evaluations are completed once official transcripts are received by the appropriate academic School Dean or Associate Dean approximately two weeks after acceptance.
Students transferring into a bachelor degree program at Morrisville State College may apply for a annual award. Criteria include the completion of an associate's degree or 60 credits and a minimum of a 3.0 grade point average. Scholarships are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis basis until funding is unavailable.
Students who are active members of Phi Theta Kappa are encouraged to apply for a PTK Transfer Scholarship. Criteria include the completion of an associate's degree and a minimum of a 3.7 grade point average. Scholarships are competitive and award full tuition per year.
A variety of other awards and scholarships are also available to applying students.
- Leslie V. Crosley
Director of Admissions
- Doris K. Davis
Keyboard Specialist 2
- Erin R. Longo
Transfer Admissions Advisor
- Marlene A. Westcott
- Melissa J. Ward
- Lisa A. Godfrey
- Andrea R. Mazor
- Matthew R. Polak
- Brian A. Wallenhorst
- Lindsey M. Graham
- Ryan R. Clarke
- Rachel A. Crosley
Tech Assnt Casual
- Barbara A. Roback
Career Planning and Development Officer