BCC CEEB Code: 2051.

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CUNY

Application Deadlines: February 1 for Fall admission; September 15 for Spring admission.

The CUNY Transfer Application is completed on-line via the CUNY website under “Admissions” and then click on “Undergraduate.” Students will need their CUNYfirst log in information to complete the CUNY Transfer Application.

Students who are currently enrolled will not have to pay the application fee. Students who do the application after they have graduated or are no longer enrolled will have to pay the application fee.

Click here to watch tutorial on how to complete the CUNY Transfer Application.

If you still have questions or need assistance, visit Transfer Services.

CUNY Application Processing Center: 212-997-CUNY (2869)

Students are strongly encouraged to visit the admissions web site of the CUNY school and program they are interested in transferring to and check for specific GPA and admission requirements (the CUNY Admissions web site does not detail this specific information).

Students transferring to Lehman College should read the information detailed on this page and visit the Lehman College Virtual Transfer Center.

 Note: Students applying to CUNY senior colleges must have completed at least one college-level course in mathematics and English with a grade of “C” or better or must demonstrate college-level readiness based on SAT, ACT or New York Regents test scores. Students who do not demonstrate college-level readiness are strongly advised to complete mathematics and English courses before their final semester.

Note to students who have attended other colleges and are applying to a CUNY senior college: Your entire college/postsecondary school academic history will be used to determine a grade point average (GPA). If more than one college/postsecondary school was attended, your GPA will be determined through a combined calculation of all attempted coursework. Please note that plus (+) and minus (-) additions to grades are not reflected in the GPA. Your high school/secondary school record will be considered if you have completed fewer than 30 college credits.

 

SUNY

Application Deadlines: March 1 for Fall admission; November 1 for Spring admission

SUNY Applications are completed online at http://www.suny.edu/student/

SUNY Recruitment Response Center: 1-800-342-3811

SUNY Empire State College

BCC has established an articulation agreement with SUNY Empire State for most majors. Please click here to read application requirements.

 

Private Colleges

Deadlines: Dates vary for both Fall and Spring admissions.

Students interested in applying to private colleges should visit that college’s admissions web site and follow all instructions and deadlines. Many private colleges use the Common Application.

 

NYU CCTOP

The Community College Transfer Opportunity Program (CCTOP) is a scholarship and assistance program for students transferring from Bronx Community College into NYU’s undergraduate programs in the Steinhardt School.  The Silver School of Social Work also maintains a CCTOP scholarship for eligible students. Steinhardt is also partnered with the NYU School of Professional Studies- Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies.  SPS-DAUS is structured for non-traditional students and offers different programs; please visit their website for information on their application and aid processes.

 

Mercy College

Bronx Community College has several articulation agreements with Mercy College. Click here to download the application for BCC students.

 

HBCU Common Application

Deadlines: There is no deadline for the Common Black College Application. Most of the Member Institutions are on rolling admissions. Transfer Services advises students to complete their applications sooner rather than later.

Apply to more than 40 historically black colleges and universities with a single application. Click on this link to apply: https://commonblackcollegeapp.com/

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