One-Plus-One Transfer Agreements
JCC has special arrangements with Alfred State College of Technology at Alfred (Alfred State) in veterinary technology. Under this "one-plus-one" agreement, students normally spend one year at JCC and then transfer to Alfred State to complete the second year of the degree program. Through appropriate course selection in consultation with an academic advisor at JCC, students prepare for successful transfer and earn their degrees from the transfer institution.
SUNY College of Technology at Alfred (Alfred State)
Veterinary Technology Program
Transfer Agreement (.pdf)
Students can complete one year of study at JCC and then transfer to Alfred State into the program of veterinary technology.
A minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 for all courses taken through ASC is required to graduate from the A.A.S. in Veterinary Technology program. Grades of “C” or better in corresponding individual courses at JCC are transferable to ASC and count toward graduation requirements. The cumulative GPA of all courses transferred from JCC must be at least 2.25. At least thirty hours of academic credit must be completed through ASC. One credit hour of physical education is also required. Alfred State College academic regulations can be found at www.alfredstate.edu.
A list of specific graduation requirements and additional information are provided below:
- An ASC overall cumulative index of at least 2.0 is required in order to graduate.
- The cumulative GPA of all courses transferred from JCC must be at least 2.25.
- JCC students who complete all courses designated as “first year courses” in Appendix A, and who earn a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.25 for first-year courses taken at JCC, are guaranteed acceptance into the Veterinary Technology program at ASC and also guaranteed the opportunity to complete the A.A.S. Veterinary Technology degree in one year at ASC.
- A maximum of twelve (12) credit hours may be transferred back within a 7-year period after leaving ASC to complete graduation requirements.
- At least thirty credit hours of coursework for this degree must be taken through ASC.
- Students transferring from JCC may only enter ASC’s Veterinary Technology program in the summer session or the fall semester.
- A 120-hour preceptorship work experience is required after fall semester courses are completed at ASC. This requirement can be fulfilled through employment during winter and/or spring break at an appropriate facility.
- A maximum of five (5) JCC students per year may take advantage of this agreement.
- All VETS courses taken at ASC require a minimum C grade to continue in the program.
- This curriculum meets five (5) out of ten (10) SUNY General Education requirements.
- Be sure to check for prerequisite requirements when scheduling courses.
- Frequent meetings with your academic advisor are encouraged.
- One credit of PE is required.
Students who intend to complete one year of study at JCC and then transfer into one of these programs may obtain the appropriate suggested first and second semester course formats from the counseling centers at the Jamestown and Cattaraugus County campuses and the North County and Warren centers.
|Appendix A: Alfred State College/JCC First Year Credit Equivalent|
|ASC Requirement||JCC Course Equivalent (crs)|
|COMP 1503 Freshman Composition||ENG 1530 College Composition (3)|
|CHEM 1984 Chemical Principles 1||CHE 1550 College Chemistry (4)|
|Anatomy Elective||BIO 2510 Human Anatomy and Physiology I (4)|
|MATH 1143 Liberal Arts Math||MAT 1500 Problem Solving with Math (or above) (3)|
|VETS 2014 Anatomy & Physiology of Small Animals||BIO 2520 Human Anatomy and Physiology II (4)|
|BUAD XXX3 Business Elective||BUS 2570 Principles of Management (3)|
|HPED XXX1 Physical Education Elective||PE Physical Education Elective (1)|
|BIOL 5254 Principles of Microbiology||BIO 2530 Microbiology (4)|
|GESS 9100 General Education - Social Sciences||SUNY General Ed. Social Science Elective (3)|
|GEXX 9100 General Education Elective||Other General Education Elective* (3)|
|* select from: American History, Western Civilization, Other World Civilizations, Humanities, Fine Arts, Foreign Language|