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SUNY Maritime College prides itself on being a transfer-friendly institution. Our faculty and staff work hard to make the transition from another college to SUNY Maritime as smooth and seamless as possible.
The college assures all transfer students the best possible application of their transfer credits to the degree requirements at Maritime College to facilitate degree completion in a timely manner.
- Transfer Credit Policies and Procedures
- Undergraduate Degree Curricula
- Transfer Credit Appeal Application
Transfer applicants should complete the SUNY Application by the corresponding deadline, which you can find below.
- June 1
- Priority Decision - December 2
Completed applications for Transfer Admission are reviewed on an ongoing basis and applicants are notified once a decision has been made.
Please note that you must have earned a grade of "C" or above in college-level Calculus if you are applying for any of our Engineering programs.
For all other majors, it is strongly recommended that you have completed Pre-Calculus with a grade of "C" or better.
Transfer most often takes place without articulation, with credits being awarded on a course-to-course basis. However, to further enhance the transfer process, Maritime College has formalized transfer relationships with many community colleges in the form of dual admissions agreements, articulation agreements, or general transfer agreements. A dual admissions agreement will allow a student to simultaneously enroll in the two-year college and SUNY Maritime. An articulation agreement matches coursework between a community college and SUNY Maritime College. A general transfer agreement outlines the transfer policies endorsed by both institutions.
Application Documents Can Be Mailed To:
SUNY Maritime College
Office of Admissions
6 Pennyfield Ave
Throggs Neck, NY 10465