For half of Jamestown Community College's students, an associate's degree is the first step toward a bachelor's degree program. That's right; 50% of JCC's students transfer to earn higher degrees. Those students know that JCC will prepare them well for a bachelor's degree, master's degree, doctorate, or other professional degree.
Do your goals include study toward a bachelor's degree or beyond? Discover how JCC positions you for success in higher education. For assistance in choosing a transfer school, JCC students may visit MCP/FOCUS. Contact the Counseling and Career Development Center for an access code. In addition, students may visit College Navigator for assistance with transfer school selection.
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The information contained in this site is not intended to replace transfer advising that students can receive at JCC or from transfer schools. Although this site is updated, as new information is made available to JCC, you should consult with a JCC transfer advisor or transfer school representatives to ensure proper course selection for transfer. The purpose of this site is to make you aware of transfer services at JCC and help you better understand the transfer process. JCC students transfer to a variety of colleges and universities throughout the country including SUNY university centers and colleges as well as other public and private schools, including Ivy League, throughout the country.
Transfer schools respect the quality of education provided at Jamestown Community College and with good planning you can transfer just about anywhere. Although it is your responsibility to explore the many transfer possibilities open to you, we are here to help you with your transfer process. The key is to begin your planning early. Use the transfer support services at JCC and at the transfer schools to which you are considering. Ask questions and take the time to research. A few hours of transfer research now can save you years of time later. As you plan, please contact us if you need assistance.
You can visit the following websites for helpful information:
- http://www.suny.edu/student/transfer.cfm If you are transferring to a SUNY school, this site provides answers to a large variety of transfer-related questions.
This site lists and describes scholarships offered by individual colleges and universities to all enrolled students meeting specific criteria.
This site offers students a chance to be recruited by, and perhaps be offered scholarships to attend, colleges, universities and graduate schools throughout the US.
This is an all purpose college and scholarship information site which includes links to free internet scholarship search data bases; links to college websites and online applications; ACT and SAT preparation information, and much more. (The recipient of more than 25 internet awards.
- http://www.fredonia.edu/department/gened/pdf/4CCCProgrmDescrptnJan01-11.pdf This is a helpful site for students transferring to Fredonia, listing Fredonia's College Core Curriculum requirements.