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Transfer Student Policies

St. Thomas Aquinas College partners with two-year colleges to create easier transition and credit friendly policies. These articulation agreements provide students who major in a degree at a two year college to see the transfer credits as they will appear on the St. Thomas Aquinas College curriculum sheet. General agreements are in place with the following two-year colleges. Program specific agreements are added to this site as they are reviewed. Students can request an evaluation of their curriculum with no obligation at any time by contacting the Office of Admissions at 845-398-4100. The Transfer Counselor will evaluate your transcript and planned courses and provide you with an evaluation at no charge.

Transfer Credit Policy
Students who have attended a two-year college may transfer up to 70 credits and must complete at least 50 credits at St. Thomas. Up to 90 credits may be transferred from four year institutions and then at least 30 credits must be taken at St. Thomas Aquinas College. Transfer students are admitted to the College in both September and January, and while there is no deadline, applications should be submitted as early as possible.

Transfer Admissions Policies 
Students enrolled at a two-year college or those wishing to transfer from a four-year college, may visit the Admissions web page for admissions criteria.

General and Program Specific Articulation Agreements


The State University of New York, Dutchess Community College

10-15-16-SUNY Dutchess to STAC General Agreement

01-01-04 SUNY DCC to STAC, General Agreement


The State University of New York, Hudson Valley Community College

01-01-04 SUNY HVCC to STAC, General Agreement


The State University of New York, Nassau Community College

10-15-16-State University of New York, Nassau Community College

01-01-00 SUNY NCC to STAC, General Agreement


The State University of New York, Orange County Community College

10-15-16-State University of New York, Orange Community College

12-01-15, SUNY OCC to STAC, AS in Accounting to BS in Management
12-01-15, SUNY OCC to STAC, AS in Accounting to BS in Accounting
12-01-15, SUNY OCC to STAC, AAS in Accounting to BS in Accounting
12-01-15, SUNY OCC to STAC, AS in Computer Science to BS in Computer Science
12-01-15, SUNY OCC to STAC, AS in Criminal Justice to BS in Criminal Justice
12-01-15-SUNY OCC to STAC, AAS in Criminal Justice to BS Criminal Justice
12-01-15, SUNY OCC to STAC, AS in Marketing to BS in Marketing
12-01-15, SUNY OCC to STAC, AAS in Marketing to BS in Marketing


The City University of New York, Queensborough Community College

01-01-01, CUNY Queensborough Community College General Agreement
12-01-12, CUNY Queensborough to STAC, AS in Criminal Justice to BS in Criminal Justice


The State University of New York, Rockland Community College

10-1-16, SUNY Rockland Community College General Agreement

01-01-06, SUNY Rockland Community College General Agreement
01-01-00, SUNY Rockland Community College General Agreement


The State University of New York, Suffolk Community College

10-15-16-State University of New York, Suffolk Community College


The State University of New York, Sullivan Community College

10-15-16-State University of New York, Sullivan Community College


The State University of New York, Westchester Community College

10-15-16-State University of New York, Westchester Community College

05-01-03 SUNY WCC General Agreement


The State University of New York, Ulster Community College

10-15-16-State University of New York, Ulster Community College

12-01-15, SUNY UCC to STAC, AS in Computer Science to BS in Computer Science
12-01-15, SUNY UCC to STAC, AAS in Criminal Justice to BS in Criminal Justice
12-01-15, SUNY UCC to STAC, AS in Criminal Justice to BS in Criminal Justice


The State University of New Jersey Bergen Community College

05-01-09, SUNJ BCC to STAC, General Agreement