Transferring to 4-year colleges
Trocaire College has signed agreements with numerous four-year colleges and universities within the Western New York area and beyond our geographic region. The articulation agreement facilitates an effective transfer of credit for those students who wish to continue their education beyond an Associate Degree.
The Dual Admission Agreement provides the student the opportunity to attend Trocaire for their Associate Degree and then to continue their studies for a Bachelor's Degree with the assurance that credits from Trocaire will apply to the designated program at four-year institutions. The Dual Admission Agreement also provides a single admission process for both colleges and academic advisement from both institutions. In some instances, scholarships are provided based on a cumulative average.
Agreements have been established with numerous four-year colleges and universities. Students are to keep in mind that new agreements are negotiated annually and credits usually transfer to most colleges, whether or not they are listed. This is why it is important for the student to begin the transfer admission process with their academic advisor at registration or during their first semester at Trocaire. The Director of the Career Center is available to assist students in the transfer process.
||Transfer Articulation: Trocaire College graduates with an A.A.S. degree in Computer Network Administration, Dietetic Technology, Hospitality Management, Massage Therapy, Medical Assistant, or Surgical Technology to baccalaureate program in Professional and Technical Studies.
Dual Degree Program in Nursing (1+2+1): Daemen College to provide years 1 and 4, and Trocaire College to provide years 2 and 3 of a combined B.S. Degree in Nursing.
Transfer Articulation in Massage Therapy: Massage Therapy (A.A.S.) to Health Care Studies (B.S.)
Transfer Articulation in Liberal Arts: Liberal Arts (A.A.) to Humanities (B.A.)
||Transfer Articulation: Trocaire College graduates with an Associate’s Degree to baccalaureate programs in Business Administration, Criminal Justice, English and Human Service.
||Dual Admission Program: Trocaire College graduates with an A.S. degree in General Studies may continue in baccalaureate degree program in Biology, Business Administration, Communications, Criminal Justice, English, Mathematics, Psychology, Sports Management and Veterinary Technology.|
||Nursing (A.A.S.), with New York State RN License, to Nursing (B.S.). Separate but similar agreement applying to Trocaire graduates with a Liberal Arts degree who wish to enroll in the B.S. Nursing program.
|State University of New York at Buffalo
||Transfer Articulation in A.A. or A.S. Degrees: Trocaire College students with an A.A. or A.S. degree will fulfill general education requirements.
*Information regarding a program’s accreditation status and any written correspondence or documentation related to that accreditation can be acquired upon request. This request should be sent to the V.P. of Academic Affairs in writing either though in hardcopy or electronic formats. The inquiry should identify the accrediting body and the specific information needed. Expect a minimum of two weeks from inquiry date for a response.