- Completed application (SUNY Application or Common Application)
- Official Transcripts from ALL colleges you have attended
- Students with fewer than 30 credit hours are required to submit a high school transcript.
- For 2nd Baccalaureate students, please notify admissions, at email@example.com, to let us know you have applied and already have a bachelors degree.
- All transfer students are required to submit proof of high school graduation. An official high school transcript, copy of diploma, or GED certificate are appropriate.
Minimum overall GPA to be considered for admission:
- 3.0 for Education programs
- 3.0 for Communication Disorders and Sciences
- 2.0 all other programs
*The semester before enrolling at Fredonia, must be "In Good Standing", with a minimum of a 2.0 GPA.
If you have completed less than 30 college credits at the time you apply to Fredonia, you must submit a high school transcript in order to be considered.
If you have 30 or more credit hours complete, you must apply into a major; you cannot be an undeclared or liberal arts student. If you plan to major in the Visual or Performing Arts, there will be additional audition and/or portfolio requirements. Please see the "Specific Major Requirements" tab.
Entering Fall 2021 (or later)
- Students may apply a maximum of 60 transfer credits to the lower division (Fredonia equivalent course at the 100/200 level towards their baccalaureate degree.)
- Students may apply an additional 15 credits at the upper-division (Fredonia equivalent courses at the 300/400 level towards their baccalaureate degree.)
A minimum of 45 credits must be completed here at Fredonia if you wish earn your degree from Fredonia.
There's no minimum restrictions on time, so you may earn your degree in as quick a manner as you can complete your requirements.
We do offer Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) status to transfer applicants, so long as you were already an EOP student at the school from which you are transferring (our EOP program at Fredonia is called EDP or the Educational Development Program).
Will your credits will transfer? Use our Transfer Credit Guide to complete your own evaluation.
NOTE: Not all colleges and/or courses are represented on this page, so please call Undergraduate Admissions 716-673-3251, with questions about transfer credit.