Hunter College Articulation Agreement

Candidates do not have the power to omit any part of their educational history. Failure to visit a post-secondary institution you visited may lead to a five-year ban on CUNY. ** Students who have high school certificates/marks declarations and post-school/university documents from outside the United States and who have not earned 24 or more university credits at an accredited U.S. college or university must submit secondary records for admission, in addition to post-secondary academic records. Hunter has many established partnerships and agreements with different colleges and universities. To view our articulation agreements and co-op admission programs, please visit: www.hunter.cuny.edu/admissions/articulationagreements students with an AA, AS, or AAS degree from a CUNY college should receive 60 transfer credits. Students graduating from a CUNY community college are considered to meet the common requirements of CUNY Pathways. Credits are awarded for courses with a grade of “D” or better. There is a maximum of 70 credits for the number of credits that can be transferred. Articulation agreements with community colleges allow students with associate degrees in certain majors to enter a third-year college of study in full consideration of courses at Community College. Work-study admission programs offer students a more fluid path to rigorous bachelor`s and master`s programs. Articulation agreements for CUNY Community Colleges are as follows: Official transcripts must be made available for each university, university, or proprietary school you have attended, including institutions located outside the United States. BMCC has active articulation agreements for graduates with Associates in Science in Human Services with the following colleges: CUNY students: www.cuny.edu/evaluatemytransfercreditNon-CUNY students: www.hunter.cuny.edu/transfercredit grades from previous university credits are not transferred; Hunter`s average student is calculated solely on the basis of work done at Hunter College.

. Below are examples of courses that Hunter does not accept for credit: CUNY New York City College of Technology – B.S. in Data Analytics / Economics One of the most important aspects in tracking your bachelor`s degree is finding the best way to fund it. As a transfer student, we want to assure you that you are aware of all the different possibilities you have to fund the next stage of your training. . . .