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Articulation Agreements

The purpose of articulation agreements is to plan and sequence students’ course work during their first two years of college in such a way that the course work fits within the requirements of a specific baccalaureate program. Through such agreements, the transition of a student into upper-level course work occurs smoothly and without loss of credits. The College of Saint Rose maintains articulation agreements in various programs with the following junior and community colleges:

Adirondack Community College

Berkshire Community College

Bryant & Stratton College

Columbia-Greene Community College

Dutchess Community College

Fulton-Montgomery Community College

Herkimer College

Hudson Valley Community College

Maria College

Mohawk Valley Community College

Orange County Community College

Sage College of Albany

Schenectady County Community College

Suffolk County Community College

Sullivan County Community College

SUNY Cobleskill

SUNY Ulster

Counselors at Saint Rose and at these participating colleges are able to provide students with specific transfer information in programs covered by an articulation agreement.

There is a Transfer Course Database at where potential students can view how courses taken at the current institution will transfer into Saint Rose.