If you're interested in continuing your education at an upper-level institution or professional school, you may work with an advisor to plan an individualized program and to set your long-term goals. Applications, recommendation forms and information on specific curricula are available in the Center for Advising and First Year Students.
Since admissions requirements vary by institution and major field, even within the State University system. If you plan to transfer from Onondaga you should meet with an advisor in advance.
Onondaga maintains formal agreements, called "articulation agreements," with four-year colleges, which guarantees that an associate degree graduate may transfer with junior status and without loss of credit. Students must meet the criteria set by the four-year institution. See Articulation Agreements.
To ensure that you obtain the most current transfer information, contact the Center for Advising and First Year Students.
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