Transfers and Re-Admits
Incoming Transfer Students
Transfer students must be admitted to SUNY Orange and have been previously enrolled in a similar opportunity program such as EOP, HEOP, SEEK, College Discovery, or a similar program at a post-secondary institution. Verification of prior status must be submitted to SUNY Orange EOP.
Please Note: Both transfer students should not be in default on any student loans and have not reached their maximum of six (6) semesters of EOP eligibility
Re-admit students must have been previously enrolled in EOP at SUNY Orange, but have not received a degree. Applicants should be in good academic standing from the last semester of enrollment.
Please Note: Re-admit students should not be in default on any student loans and have not reached their maximum of six (6) semesters of EOP eligibility.
Transfer Assistance Provided to SUNY Orange EOP Students
Current SUNY Orange EOP students are eligible to transfer to a SUNY four-year college or university or a state independent/private college or university's EOP or HEOP (Higher Educational Opportunity Program). Final transfer eligibility is determined by the four-year college's special program office and is often influenced by space availability and cumulative grade point average.
EOP students who plan to attend a four-year college may apply for tuition assistance and may be eligible for a tuition waiver, based on their SUNY Orange cumulative grade point average.
Please note: It is becoming highly competitive to enter many EOP/HEOP programs as a transfer student. Therefore, it is important to attend and participate in EOP Workshops/Activities as much as your schedule allows so the best possible reference can be forwarded to your institution of choice.
Some of your questions regarding the EOP transfer process can be answered at transfer workshops held periodically.