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Virtual Fall Transfer Fair to be Held Nov. 11

October 20, 2020

MIDDLETOWN, N.Y. – Representatives from at least 80 colleges and universities from throughout the Northeast will be available virtually from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 11 to discuss their respective academic programs and transfer processes when SUNY Orange hosts its annual Fall Transfer Fair as an online event due to restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Traditionally an in-person event, this year’s virtual fair is open to SUNY Orange students and members of the general community. Representatives from each college or university will be stationed in a breakout room from the main transfer fair session. To participate in the event and have access to all the virtual meeting rooms for those schools attending, visitors must register for the fair at https://sunyorange.edu/transfer/fair.html

Donations from visiting Colleges help support the Academic Advising Completion Scholarship, a fund that assists selected SUNY Orange students in the completion of their degree. SUNY Orange will also be raffling off four $25 Amazon e-gift cards to participants based on a selfie contest that the College will be launching soon. Details on the contest will be provided on the College’s Fall Transfer Fair site (at the link above).

To assure that its students enjoy smooth transition to four-year colleges and universities, and to establish a foundation for continued academic achievement, SUNY Orange maintains articulation (transfer) agreements with many academic institutions.

Such comprehensive agreements range from identifying selected courses that will transfer to outlining entire SUNY Orange degree programs that will allow graduates to enter four-year colleges or universities with full junior status. For more information on the Transfer Fair, contact the Academic Advising Office at (845) 341-4070. For specific information on SUNY Orange’s transfer agreements, contact the Office of Educational Partnerships at (845) 341-4760 or visit the College web site at www.sunyorange.edu

Following is a listing of the colleges and universities that have signed up to participate in SUNY Orange’s 2020 Virtual Transfer Fair (subject to change):

Adelphi University

Bard College

Bellevue University

Castleton University

Cazenovia College

Centenary University

Clarkson University

Columbia University - School of General Studies

Daemen College

Dominican College

East Stroudsburg University

Emerson College

Fairleigh Dickinson University

Fei Tien College-Middletown

Hartwick College

Hilbert College

Hofstra University

Hunter College (CUNY)

Iona College

Ithaca College

John Jay College of Criminal Justice (CUNY)

Johnson & Wales University

Keuka College

Le Moyne College

Manhattanville College

Marywood University

Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts

Mercy College

Misericordia University

Montclair State University

Mount St. Mary College

New York Institute of Technology

New Jersey Institute of Technology

Niagara University

Northern Vermont University

Pace University

Ramapo College of NJ

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Rochester Institute of Technology

Roger Williams University

Russell Sage College

Siena College

St. John's University

St. Joseph's College

St. Thomas Aquinas College

SUNY Albany

SUNY Binghamton

SUNY Brockport

SUNY University at Buffalo (UB)

SUNY Buffalo State

SUNY Cortland

SUNY Delhi

SUNY Empire

SUNY ESF (Environmental Sciences & Forestry)

SUNY Farmingdale

SUNY Fashion Institute of Tech.

SUNY Geneseo

SUNY Maritime

SUNY Morrisville

SUNY New Paltz

SUNY Purchase

SUNY Oneonta

SUNY Old Westbury

SUNY Oswego

SUNY Plattsburgh

SUNY Polytechnic Institute

SUNY Potsdam

SUNY Stony Brook

SUNY Upstate Medical

Syracuse University

The College of Saint Rose

The New School

The University of Scranton

University of Bridgeport

University of Kentucky

University of New Haven

University of Rhode Island

Utica College

Wells College

Western Connecticut State University