A transfer articulation agreement is a written contract between Kingsborough Community College (KCC) and a four-year college or university that contains agreed upon courses or programs that will transfer over to that particular senior institution. This is an assurance that if students complete courses or academic programs at KCC with satisfactory grades (as specified by the receiving institutions), apply and are accepted to the four-year institution, those completed courses or programs will be applied towards the baccalaureate degree. To maximize the transfer of credits earned at KCC, students are strongly urged to complete the Associate degree before transferring to a senior college.
KCC maintains, and continually updates and expands, its transfer articulation agreements with the following colleges. Please visit the Office of the Associate Provost in M386 to find out information about transfer agreements.
Transfer Articulation Agreements:
Central State University
College of Mount Saint Vincent
College of Staten Island/CUNY
CUNY School of Professional Studies
Empire State College/SUNY
John Jay College of Criminal Justice/CUNY
Laboratory Institute of Merchandising
Long Island University
Medgar Evers College/CUNY
Metropolitan College of NY
NYC College of Technology/CUNY
NY Institute of Technology
Polytechnic School of Engineering/NYU
St. Joseph College
St. Lawrence College
Southern Vermont College
The New School of Public Engagement
In addition to the above articulation agreements, KCC also maintains special partnerships with the following colleges/universities facilitating transfer of students.
New York University
Mount Holyoke College