Transfer Open Houses and

Informational College Visits

Please check back soon for a list of Fall 2013 Transfer events!

Advisor-in-Residence and Information Tables - Four-year college admissions representatives visit our campus to meet with students who are interested in transferring to their institutions. These visits may be advisor-in-residence programs or information sessions.

The Advisor in Residence Sessions are an opportunity for students to sit down one-on-one with an admissions representative of that school and discuss how credits will transfer and how long it will take you to complete your degree at the school. Oftentimes, the admissions counselor may be able to give you an admissions decision within a week or two and may waive the application fee. For these sessions, it is best if you sign up for an appointment (there is a signup sheet outside Elston Hall 223 on the Transfer Board). If you have not signed up, the admissions representative may be able to see you if she/he is free. You should always bring a copy of your transcript to these sessions. You can obtain this transcript from the Registrar’s office in Elston Hall, room 215 for $4.00.

Information Sessions are when an admissions representative from a four year school sets up a table to answer quick questions. Students may stop by the information table anytime during the scheduled visit to pick up catalogs, applications, or other materials offered.

Upcoming scheduled visits are posted on the Transfer Bulletin Board outside Elston Hall 223 as well as announced to all faculty, staff, and students. Check the calendar often as it is constantly being updated.

Transfer Visits and Workshops On Campus - All Advisor-in-Residence Sessions will be held in the Activities Forum. All Information Tables will take place in the Campus Commons. To schedule an appointment with a transfer college representative, contact the Bernie Dunn at (518) 381-1342 or sign up on the Transfer Bulletin Board outside Elston Hall 223.

Attendance at Off-Campus Transfer Events - It’s recommended that you contact the college in advance to register for the function and determine the information you may need to bring.


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