Transfer Articulation Agreements
Transfer articulation agreements are held with a number of public and private universities. These agreements enable students to complete an Associate in Arts (A.A.), Associate in Science (A.S.), and sometimes an Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree program and transfer to a four-year college or university with full junior standing.
Joint Admissions Agreements
Joint admissions agreements enable entering, first-time freshmen to earn admission to Finger Lakes Community College and certain four-year colleges and universities at the same time. Students completing an Associate in Arts (A.A.) or Associate in Science (A.S.) degree program are generally eligible to participate in a joint admissions agreement.
Students participating in a joint admissions program will transfer with full junior status, will not have to submit a transfer application, and may receive early registration privileges at that four-year college. Students should indicate their interest in joint admissions when applying to FLCC. Certain restrictions may apply to the joint admissions programs. Consult with a transfer counselor in the Educational Planning and Career Services office.
Regional Articulation Agreement
Regional Articulation Agreement with Genesee Community College (A.A.S. Respiratory Care)
Through a regional articulation agreement with Genesee Community College, Finger Lakes Community College offers access to a two-year Associate in Applied Science degree program in Respiratory Care. This agreement allows students to apply for admission to the program and complete their first-year course requirements at Finger Lakes Community College’s Canandaigua campus. In the second year, they attend classes at Genesee Community College and complete clinical internships at health care facilities in their home area. Upon completion of all curriculum requirements, students apply for graduation through Genesee Community College and, if all requirements are met, the A.A.S. degree in Respiratory Care is awarded by GCC. For more information, contact the FLCC Office of Admissions at (585)785-1000.