Start at SUNY Corning and transfer to earn your Bachelor’s, Master’s, or Beyond!
SUNY Corning Community College has transfer agreements with colleges and universities in New York State and elsewhere.
Start college at SUNY Corning Community College and transfer to these colleges to earn your Bachelor's, Master's, even a Doctorate.
Take the first step and then keep on going!
Alfred State College
Arnot Ogden Medical Center School of Radiologic Technology
Penn College of Technology
Southern New Hampshire University Online
St. John Fisher College
SUNY Empire State
SUNY Geneseo/LECOM/SUNY Corning
SUNY Upstate Medical
AAS - Veterinary Technology
B Tech - Criminal Investigation
B Tech - Criminal Justice - Law Enforcement Leadership
B Tech - Funeral Services Administration
B Tech - Homeland Security
B Tech - Industrial Technology Management
B Tech - Information Technology
B Tech - Mechanical Engineering Technology
BA - Music
BA - Psychology
BBA - Agribusiness Management
BBA - Finance
BBA - Management
BET - Electrical Engineering Technology
BFA - Fine Arts - Alfred University
BS - Addiction Studies
BS - Ceramic Engineering, Glass Engineering Science, Materials Science and Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering
BS - Accounting, Business Administration, or Finance
BS - Business Administration
BS - Chemistry - Medicinal Plant Chemistry Track
BS - Criminal Justice
BS - Communication & Media Design
BS - Cybersecurity
BS - Early Childhood/Childhood Education
BS - Environmental Science
BS - Game Design & Dev
BS - Health Care Management
BS - Mechanical Engineering Technology
BS - Music
BS - Nursing
BS - Doctor of Pharmacy Program
BS - Various areas of Medical and Dentistry
In-State Pennsylvania Tuition
PHARM D - DLP
Wegmans School of Pharmacy Program
|Alfred State Running Start - opportunities offered in numerous areas for students interested in earning a Bachelor's Degree|
|Alfred University - allows students to work towards a Bachelor's Degree on the SUNY CCC Campus for a handful of programs|
|Bellevue University - opportunities offered in numerous areas for students interested in earning a Bachelor's Degree|
|Binghamton University - for qualifying students, this guarantees seat in the Harpur College of Arts and Sciences at BU|
|St. John Fisher - 2+2 transfer agreement for studies within St. John Fisher's Pharmacy program|
|SUNY Canton - 1+3 program for Game Design & Development (B.S.)|
|SUNY Geneseo - opportunities offered in numerous areas for students interested in earning a Bachelor's Degree|
|SUNY Oswego - 2+2 agreement for Music (B.A.)|
|University at Buffalo - 2+4 program for Doctor of Pharmacy|
|Upstate Medical University- opportunities for students to transfer with junior status for multiple medical programs|
To learn more about transfer opportunities, contact SUNY Corning Community College, Office of Admissions:
SUNY Corning Community College Joins the Inaugural Cohorts of the National Transfer Student Success and Equity Intensive
SUNY Corning Community College joins 29 other community college and four-year institutional teams from across the country to accelerate transfer reform
Nearly two years into the pandemic, community colleges and four-year colleges and universities across the country face an imperative to ensure students from communities disproportionately impacted by the pandemic can access, persist, and realize their higher education aspirations. SUNY Corning Community College embraced the challenge by joining SUNY Geneseo to accelerate transfer reform as part of the Transfer Student Success and Equity Intensive. The SUNY Corning Community College team will join the first-ever cohorts of the Aspen-AASCU Intensive: Transfer Student Success and Equity, comprised of 29 other two and four-year partnerships from across the country.
The Intensive, funded with the generous support of Ascendium Education Philanthropy, will go through October 2022. Teams will receive one-on-one consulting with experts and work to identify, collect, understand, and use critical transfer outcomes and equity data. As part of this community of practice, teams will attend monthly sessions focused on co-creating practices and policies to improve transfer student success and equity.
“SUNY Corning Community College looks forward to working with SUNY Geneseo on this important initiative. Our two schools have a long history of working together, as many of our transfer students complete their bachelor's degrees and more at Geneseo,” says Dr. Bill Mullaney, President, SUNY Corning.
SUNY Corning Community College and SUNY Geneseo will join 67 of their peers in this effort, selected from an applicant pool of 97 institutions and 3 systems from 25 states. Together, these cohorts account for a total enrollment of nearly a million undergraduate students, offering the promise of significant impact.
For SUNY Corning Community College, participation in the Transfer Student Success Intensive represents an important extension of efforts to increase community college transfer and bachelor’s degree attainment.
For a full list of institutions selected for the first two cohorts of the Transfer Student Success Intensive and details about the initiative: https://highered.aspeninstitute.org/transfer-intensive/