Articulation agreements create a partnership between community colleges and The College of Saint Rose. 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 credit.
A member from a community college or our faculty can request to start the process or update an articulation agreement. These request will be reviewed and a member of our transfer admissions team will be in touch with you to review details of this request.
If you have questions about transfer information covered in an articulation agreement, please contact the Office of Transfer Admissions at 518.454.5150 or email@example.com. Transfer counselors at the community colleges listed below can also help answer questions and provide information about transferring to The College of Saint Rose.
Transfer Articulation Agreement Form