Here are a few fast facts about the transfer process at Paul Smith’s:
- Generally, courses in which you have achieved a “C-“ or higher will transfer toward your degree at Paul Smith’s College, as long as there is a comparable course offered that applies toward the particular track of study you have selected. Courses transferred in must come from an accredited college or university, as determined by the Registrar’s Office. Your GPA from any prior college work does not transfer; only the credits do.
- Upon acceptance to Paul Smith’s College you will receive a transcript evaluation to outline which of your courses transferred for credit, along with the courses you need to complete in order to earn your degree. Paul Smith’s College operates on what is called a “rolling admissions” process, meaning that we will accept applications on a continuous basis throughout the year. There is no May 1st deadline.
To complete your application:
- Submit official transcripts from ALL colleges/universities you have previously attended, regardless of the amount of credits attempted or earned.
- If you have completed less than one full semester at college, you must submit your high school transcript. Once you complete your application for admissions, please send your high school guidance office a request for your transcript.
- Letters of Recommendation and a personal statement are encouraged for all applications, but are not required. Once your application is complete you will generally know of an admissions decision within two weeks.
Detailed information and specific policies about transfer credits published in the Paul Smith’s College catalog can be found here.
If you are mailing in references, transcripts or personal statements, please submit materials to:
Paul Smith’s College Sporck Admissions Building
P.O. Box 265 Rt. 30 & 86
Paul Smiths, NY 12970-0265
For questions or if you would like to set up an appointment to have transcripts evaluated or book a tour, please call: 800-421-2605 / 518-327-6227 or email at transfer2PSC@paulsmiths.edu