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Transfer Evalaution Tools

You can use the Transfer Evaluation Tools as a resource to view course equivalencies from other institutions and how they align with our courses at SCCC. You may also use things such as semester maps to see where these courses fit into the specific degree you are considering.  Please keep in mind, these tools should be used as an unofficial indication of how courses may transfer to and from SCCC.  For more information or specific questions, please contact the institution directly.

SUNY Course Equivalencies

CUNY Transfer Explorer (T-REX)

SCCC Transfer Evaluation Tool 


Information Links

U.S. News and World Report Provides rankings for America's best colleges and universities. Also includes interactive tools (e.g., class scheduler, application organizer) and guides (e.g., study abroad).
Historically Black Colleges Links to more than 100 Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
Peterson's Provides comprehensive educational resources covering college search, finding a job, financial aid, and much more.
College Board Brings together all the information and tools that students and parents need to plan for the transition from high school to college, including information on the SAT, college searches, applying on-line, career options, costs, and financial aid.
Niche Find the best colleges for YOU!  This website gives you all of the data, reviews, and insights in one place to make your search as easy as possible.
College Transfer Will my courses transfer? What about changing majors? Can I get in? What will it cost? How long will it take? Where to go? Select and search a variety of college profiles here.
SUNY Information for prospective students – provides easy access to those who are interested in what SUNY has to offer, and for those students who are transferring within the SUNY System.
CUNY Information for prospective students regarding information for all CUNY colleges (application, selecting a major, etc.)

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No claim is made as to the reliability of any information or service contained on these sites. Neither the Webmaster nor the Counseling Centers at Suffolk County Community College recommend or advise the use of any of these sites. These links are for educational and informational purposes only.