Center for Counseling and Transfer
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Transfer and the Application Process

Applications for many four-year colleges and universities are available in the Center for Counseling and Transfer. These include the general SUNY application, most local private colleges, and many other colleges in and out of the state. We also have reference books with the addresses and phone numbers of colleges and universities throughout the United States.

Online Applications
Sending Transcripts
Can I Still Apply?
CEEB Codes
Letters of Recommendation

 


Online Applications

Most four-year schools encourage students to apply online. Check out the links below for online applications to the college of your choice.

General SUNY Application General CUNY Application
New York's Private Colleges/Universities Common Application

Local Colleges/Universities

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Can I still apply?

Deadlines for applications can vary, so make sure you inquire early. Also, the New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE) and the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC), annually post a list of four-year schools that still have vacancies for the fall semester.

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Sending Transcripts

You will need to send an official copy of your Hudson Valley Community College transcript to each college/university you apply. Official transcript requests must be made in writing, and are handled through the Registrar’s Office. Click here for more information.

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CEEB Codes

Four-year college applications usually request a CEEB Code for schools previously attended. The CEEB Code for Hudson Valley Community College is 2300.

For other CEEB Codes, use the following:

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Letters of Recommendation

Some colleges/universities require letters of recommendations from applicants. It is usually best to obtain these from a few of your instructors, coach or advisor who know you well. Keep in mind that, while most faculty would be glad to assist you in this process, they have busy schedules. So, don’t wait until the last minute! Allow at least two weeks to receive a letter of recommendation from the time of your request.

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