The Mount's Registrar's office will evaluate your transcripts
from another college or university. You may be considered for
admission to Mount Saint Mary College with advanced standing.
Community College Articulation Agreements
Mount Saint Mary College also has articulation agreements with
the following community colleges:
- Dutchess Community College
- Orange County Community College
- Rockland Community College
- Sullivan Community College
- Ulster Community College
- Westchester Community College.
View the Credit
Transfer Guide* to view course equivalencies listed by
*Please note that this Guide in always being updated and
changed. If you do not see a course listed, please email a transfer
counselor at email@example.com.
Students transferring to the Mount with an associate of arts
(AA) degree or an associate of science (AS) degree in a major
taught at the college are awarded full junior status and guaranteed
60 credits in transfer.
Students with an associate of applied science (AAS) in business
that join our business program are awarded full junior status and
guaranteed 60 credits. D grades may be used to bring the transfer
credits to the guaranteed level of 60 credits.
Credits equivalent to the junior college's requirements for the
AA or AS degree (to a maximum of 66 credits) will be accepted only
for grades of C or better. D grades will not be accepted for any
part of the maximum award.
To qualify for the bachelor's degree at Mount Saint Mary
College, students must have 120 credit hours and a minimum
cumulative index of 2.0.
Questions? Contact our Transfer Coordinator Jessica Rutledge at
845-569-3374, or send her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org