According to the Census Bureau, people with Bachelor's degrees have lower rates of unemployment than those with less education. More than 30% of Americans ages 25 and older have earned a Bachelor’s degree.
After earning an Associate degree, you can use your college credits toward a Bachelor’s degree — either in Queensbury at the Regional Higher Education Center or at a number of colleges that offer “2 plus 2” transfer programs. You can transfer from SUNY Adirondack to other four-year schools within the SUNY system or other private colleges and universities to complete your final two years of a Bachelor’s degree.
SUNY Adirondack students have the opportunity to take advantage of several unique dual admission and seamless transfer degree programs, completing the first two years of a Bachelor’s degree at SUNY Adirondack while choosing from some of the best schools in the region to complete a four-year degree in specific degree programs, including:
- SUNY Plattsburgh
- Paul Smith’s College
- Siena College
- The College of Saint Rose
- The University of Albany
Be sure to talk with a transfer counselor in the SUNY Adirondack Counseling Center for up-to-date transfer information and help.
Explore transfer opportunities with the SUNY system.
- SUNY Transfer Pathways (common lower division requirements shared by all SUNY campuses for similar majors)
- SUNY Core Course Finder (find out what courses your current campus offers to complete the pathway requirements)
- Course Equivalencies for other SUNY Colleges