To make your transfer easier, JCC and many four-year colleges and universities have developed articulation agreements which serve as guidelines, ensuring that you complete appropriate courses before applying to your baccalaureate campus.
When you are accepted for transfer into a parallel program (a continuation of your first two years of study), full credit is generally awarded for your previous coursework with the expectation that you will complete your bachelor's degree in four additional semesters of full-time study.
JCC representatives are continually updating existing articulation agreements and negotiating new agreements. Below is a list of current agreements. While this is a listing of colleges with whom JCC has specific agreements, JCC students transfer smoothly to many other institutions as well.
Transfer and Other Special Agreements
Connect to your future through JCC's One-Plus-One Agreements, where students spend one year at JCC and then transfer to a partner institution to complete the second year of the degree program. We also have special credit opportunities.
For a complete list of transfer agreements that relate to a particular JCC program, please visit our specific academic program pages. Links to all of our programs are listed on our academics page.
- Most agreements guarantee admission to the transfer school.
- Most agreements guarantee the opportunity to earn the bachelor's degree in four semesters.
- Many agreements allow the transfer of more than 60 credits toward degree requirements at the transfer school.
- Some agreements are for master's and doctoral degree programs.
- Some agreements allow students to earn their bachelor's degree online.
|Transfer School||Transfer Program|
|SUNY Fredonia||Mathematics Middle Childhood Education||view|
|Syracuse University||Mechanical Engineering||view|
|SUNY College at Buffalo (Buffalo State)||Mechanical Engineering Technology||view|
|SUNY Fredonia||Media Management||view|
|SUNY Upstate Medical University||Medical Biotechnology||view|
|SUNY Upstate Medical University||Medical Imaging/Radiography (X-ray)||view|
|SUNY Upstate Medical University||Medical Imaging/Ultrasound||view|
|SUNY Fredonia||Medical Technology||view|
|SUNY Upstate Medical University||Medical Technology||view|
|St. Bonaventure University||Modern Languages||view|
|SUNY Fredonia||Molecular Genetics||view|
|Utica College||Most bachelor's degree programs||view|
|Edinboro University of Pennsylvania||Most bachelor’s degree programs (Academic Passport)||view|
|Edinboro University of Pennsylvania||Music||view|
|Mansfield University of Pennsylvania||Music||view|
|SUNY College at Buffalo (Buffalo State)||Music||view|
|SUNY College at Buffalo (Buffalo State)||Music Education||view|
|SUNY College of Enviro Sci. & Forestry||Natural Resources Management||view|
|Daemen College||Natural Science||view|
|California University of Pennsylvania||Nursing||view|
|Edinboro University of Pennsylvania||Nursing||view|
|Roberts Wesleyan College||Nursing||view|
|SUNY Alfred State||Nursing||view|
|SUNY Upstate Medical University||Nursing||view|
|University of Pittsburgh at Bradford||Nursing||view|
|Cornell University||Nutritional Sciences||view|
|Dominican College||Occupational Therapy (B.S.)||view|
|Dominican College||Occupational Therapy (M.S.)||view|
|Gannon University||Occupational Therapy (M.S.)||view|
|Franklin University||Operations & Supply Chain Management||view|
|Roberts Wesleyan College||Organizational Management||view|
|SUNY College of Enviro Sci. & Forestry||Paper Engineering||view|
|SUNY College of Enviro Sci. & Forestry||Paper Science||view|
|Daemen College||Paralegal Studies||view|
|Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Med.||Pharmacy (Doctor of Pharmacy)||view|
|SUNY Cortland||Physical Education||view|
|Syracuse University||Physical Education||view|
|SUNY Brockport||Physical Education Teacher Education||view|
|D'Youville College||Physical Therapy (Doctor of Physical Therapy)||view|
|Daemen College||Physical Therapy (Doctor of Physical Therapy)||view|
|St. Bonaventure University||Physics||view|
|SUNY College at Buffalo (Buffalo State)||Physics||view|