CUNY College Transfer Sites
An alphabetical listing of CUNY schools with links to information on transfer requirements to their schools.
Baruch is an intellectually vibrant college that attracts some of the New York region's most capable and highly motivated students. Best known for its superb programs in business and management, Baruch has established a national and international reputation for all-around academic excellence.
Brooklyn College is an innovative, four-year liberal arts college with a history of academic excellence. From its founding seventy-six years ago, the College has offered men and women – immigrants or the children of immigrants, often the first in their families to go to college – the opportunity to receive a first-rate education that leads to productive careers and satisfying lives.
The City College of New York
Since its founding in 1847, The City College of New York has emphasized two guiding principles: academic excellence combined with access to higher education. The City College of New York is the alma mater of eight Nobel Prize winners and of countless successful individuals in all fields of human endeavor.
College of Staten Island
Academic excellence that enhances students' intellectual and personal growth, as well as their professional success, is the College of Staten Island's special mission. Many CSI undergraduates go on to pursue a master's degree at the College. Doctoral programs, offered in cooperation with the CUNY Graduate Center, are also available.
Founded in 1870, Hunter is one of the oldest and most distinguished public colleges in the nation. It's also the largest college in the CUNY system. Hunter provides undergraduate and graduate students alike with first-rate programs in the liberal arts and sciences, as well as in professional fields including education, health professions, nursing, and social work.
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Founded in 1964, John Jay College of Criminal Justice has a special mission focused on programs in criminal justice, fire science, and related public service fields. Although originally conceived to serve as the College of Police Science for members of the New York City Police Department, John Jay has always welcomed civilian students and offers a wide range of courses in the traditional arts and sciences and the humanities, as well as those in related professional disciplines.
Named after Herbert H. Lehman, the legendary New York governor, senator, and humanitarian, the College was founded in 1968 and has graduated over 50,000 men and women who have gone on to achieve distinction in business, government, the arts, social services, and many other fields.
Medgar Evers College
Founded in 1970, Medgar Evers is CUNY's newest four-year college. Named in honor of the slain civil rights leader Medgar Wiley Evers, the College offers associate and bachelor's degrees. Its mission is to serve the educational, cultural, and social needs of the central Brooklyn community.
New York City College of Technology
CUNY's senior college of technology, City Tech has been a model of excellence in urban education since its founding in 1946 as New York City Technical College. Offering a host of new and innovative programs, City Tech is still a pioneering force in higher education.
Queens College provides a first-rate education to New Yorkers from diverse ethnic, social, and economic backgrounds. The College opened in 1937 with 400 students and a staff of 40. Today it's one of the largest colleges of The City University of New York, with a total enrollment of nearly 17,000 undergraduate and graduate students.
York College provides students with a one-of-a-kind educational experience. It offers many qualities of a major university, including a distinguished faculty and strong pre-professional programs. At the same time, students benefit from individualized attention and a strong sense of community.