Transferring to SUNY Cortland
SUNY Cortland welcomes applications from students who have attended post-secondary institutions. Admissions decisions are primarily based on previous cumulative academic performance. As an institution, we strive to enroll an academically well qualified and culturally diverse student body. We understand that making the transition to another school can be an overwhelming process, and on this page, you’ll find exactly what you need to make applying to SUNY Cortland a seamless process.
- College transcripts (from all colleges attended)
- High school transcript
Additional items that may be requested from you:
Educational Opportunity Program (EOP)
The principal mission of theEducational Opportunity Program at SUNY Cortland is to provide access and support to students with strong academic and personal potential. To be considered for EOP please complete the SUNY Application. For more information on EOP, visit suny.edu.
Fall applicants should apply by March 1.
Spring applicants should apply November 1.
Dates above are recommendations, not deadlines. After all required materials are received your application will be evaluated based on the college admission criteria. Decisions are primarily based on previous academic performance, as well as competitiveness your intended program of study.