Within 2 weeks of your acceptance, you will be able to view your DegreeWorks audit in myOneonta. Your DegreeWorks audit is based on the official transcript(s) sent from the college(s) attended and shows how your credits transfer and satisfy current SUNY Oneonta degree requirements.

Click here to see a PowerPoint or video with detailed information about how to read your DegreeWorks audit.

If you accept your offer of admission, you must have a final official transcript(s) sent to the Office of Admissions. This transcript should:

  • include all coursework completed prior to enrolling at SUNY Oneonta
  • post any degree(s) received
  • have no incomplete or in progress grades

It is important to get your final official transcript(s) to us as soon as possible. Without it, we cannot complete your file, review all transfer credit and we may not be able to admit you into certain programs. Your financial aid disbursement and course registration may also be affected.

Transfer Education Majors: If you do not send a final official transcript(s) showing a 3.0 cumulative GPA, you cannot declare Education as your major, and you cannot attend orientation as an Education major or register for education courses. 

A maximum of 66 credits can be transferred from a two-year institution, and no more than 77 credits can be transferred from a four-year institution.

The General Education requirements at SUNY Oneonta will be fulfilled if a student completes any of the following degrees upon transferring:

  • A Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree
  • An Associate of Arts or Associate of Science from any SUNY institution

Please refer to the College Catalog for more information on General Education requirements for Childhood Education and Early Childhood/Childhood Education majors.

The School of Economics & Business and the Professional Education Unit have a statute of limitations on credits transferred into their programs.

For more information on transfer credit, check out:
Course Equivalency Tool for all schools in the SUNY system and other selected schools
Articulation Agreements with several two-year SUNY institutions
SUNY Oneonta Course Catalog

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Within 2 weeks of your acceptance, you will be able to view your DegreeWorks audit in myOneonta. Your DegreeWorks audit is based on the official transcript(s) sent from the college(s) attended and shows how your credits transfer and satisfy current SUNY Oneonta degree requirements.

Click here to see a PowerPoint or video with detailed information about how to read your DegreeWorks audit.

If you accept your offer of admission, you must have a final official transcript(s) sent to the Office of Admissions. This transcript should:

  • include all coursework completed prior to enrolling at SUNY Oneonta
  • post any degree(s) received
  • have no incomplete or in progress grades

It is important to get your final official transcript(s) to us as soon as possible. Without it, we cannot complete your file, review all transfer credit and we may not be able to admit you into certain programs. Your financial aid disbursement and course registration may also be affected.

Transfer Education Majors: If you do not send a final official transcript(s) showing a 3.0 cumulative GPA, you cannot declare Education as your major, and you cannot attend orientation as an Education major or register for education courses. 

A maximum of 66 credits can be transferred from a two-year institution, and no more than 77 credits can be transferred from a four-year institution.

The General Education requirements at SUNY Oneonta will be fulfilled if a student completes any of the following degrees upon transferring:

  • A Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree
  • An Associate of Arts or Associate of Science from any SUNY institution

Please refer to the College Catalog for more information on General Education requirements for Childhood Education and Early Childhood/Childhood Education majors.

The School of Economics & Business and the Professional Education Unit have a statute of limitations on credits transferred into their programs.

For more information on transfer credit, check out:
Course Equivalency Tool for all schools in the SUNY system and other selected schools
Articulation Agreements with several two-year SUNY institutions
SUNY Oneonta Course Catalog


Transfer Credit

Within 2 weeks of your acceptance, you will be able to view your DegreeWorks audit in myOneonta. Your DegreeWorks audit is based on the official transcript(s) sent from the college(s) attended and shows how your credits transfer and satisfy current SUNY Oneonta degree requirements.

Click here to see a PowerPoint or video with detailed information about how to read your DegreeWorks audit.

If you accept your offer of admission, you must have a final official transcript(s) sent to the Office of Admissions. This transcript should:

  • include all coursework completed prior to enrolling at SUNY Oneonta
  • post any degree(s) received
  • have no incomplete or in progress grades

It is important to get your final official transcript(s) to us as soon as possible. Without it, we cannot complete your file, review all transfer credit and we may not be able to admit you into certain programs. Your financial aid disbursement and course registration may also be affected.

Transfer Education Majors: If you do not send a final official transcript(s) showing a 3.0 cumulative GPA, you cannot declare Education as your major, and you cannot attend orientation as an Education major or register for education courses. 

A maximum of 66 credits can be transferred from a two-year institution, and no more than 77 credits can be transferred from a four-year institution.

The General Education requirements at SUNY Oneonta will be fulfilled if a student completes any of the following degrees upon transferring:

  • A Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree
  • An Associate of Arts or Associate of Science from any SUNY institution

Please refer to the College Catalog for more information on General Education requirements for Childhood Education and Early Childhood/Childhood Education majors.

The School of Economics & Business and the Professional Education Unit have a statute of limitations on credits transferred into their programs.

For more information on transfer credit, check out:
Course Equivalency Tool for all schools in the SUNY system and other selected schools
Articulation Agreements with several two-year SUNY institutions
SUNY Oneonta Course Catalog

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