College Record 2021-2022

Transfer Selection Process

Transfer Application

Applicants should submit:
1. A completed application (
2. An official final secondary school transcript or general equivalency diploma (GED); or Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC)
3. Official transcripts from all colleges and universities previously attended
4. Applicants considered for scholarship will be reviewed on college cumulative GPA
5. Upon acceptance, students who enroll are required to submit an enrollment deposit of $200
6. Before enrolling, students must submit official and final copies of secondary school transcript and college transcripts

*Occupational Therapy transfer candidates are required to have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00 and an 80% average in math and science coursework in addition to meeting all other Keuka College admission standards.

Transfer Selection Process

A transfer student is defined as a student who has accrued the equivalency of one semester (12 credits) or more at an accredited college, following completion of high school/secondary education. If a student has accepted financial aid at another institution but did not earn the maximum credit (12 credits), then the student is considered transfer.

Students interested in transferring to Keuka College should consult with an admissions transfer counselor as early as possible. Effective planning maximizes the number of credits a student will be able to transfer and apply toward graduation requirements at Keuka College. Students are directed to the Transfer Equivalency System (TES), which is located on our website. TES lists established course equivalencies recognized by Keuka College as transferable credit accepted from other institutions.