Bronx Community College (BCC) will accept a maximum of 30 transfer credits from an accredited institution.
Only college level courses, from an accrediting institution, will be evaluated for transfer credits. Remedial, Developmental, Freshman Studies,
English as a Second Language (ESL), and College Prep courses are not transferable.
Students should not repeat transfer courses unless advised by their Academic Departments.
All transfer courses will receive a TR grade.
Students transferring credits from CUNY colleges can receive transfer credit for some "D" grades depending on their BCC Plan or Sub-Plan (major). Students must consult with the academic programs for exception and clarification.
Students transferring credits from colleges outside of CUNY must have earned a grade of "C" or above, in order for courses to be accepted at BCC.
The total number of credits allowed toward the associate degree by BCC may not exceed 30, regardless of whether the courses were taken at other institutions before admission, during attendance at, or after leaving BCC.
Exceptions and clarifications to these rules may apply to programs such as Nursing and Radiologic Technology. Students must consult with each academic program for additional information.
Transfer credits will be given only for courses taken at institutions that are accredited by one of the regional accrediting commissions recognized by the City University of New York
MS – Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools
NC – North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
NE – New England Association of Schools Colleges
NW – Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges
NY – New York Association of the New York State Board of Regents
SA – Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
WA – Western Association of Schools and Colleges
International Transfer Students
International students are expected to meet the following general requirements:
Submit proof of graduation from an accredited secondary school or a foreign equivalent.
Present a complete and accurate chronological outline of their previous education and authorized school and/or university transcripts together with a certified English translation.
Review and follow procedures for VISA regulations.
Readmit Transfer Students
Student who apply for readmission and wish to have courses evaluated that were taken at another accredited institution during their absence from Bronx Community College, must submit an official transcript to Esteban Rodriguez for review.
Registrar's Office, Transfer Evaluation
Bronx Community College
2155 University Avenue
Bronx, New York 10453
Changing your Program of Study
A student transfer credit evaluation is made based on the specific program of study (major) at the time of acceptance to the college. If a student change his/her plan of study, their transfer credit evaluation may need to be reviewed and adjusted.