18 Agassiz Circle
Buffalo, NY 14214
30 Wilson Rd.
Amherst, NY 14221
1880 S. Winton Rd.
Rochester, NY 14618
We work with prospective students who wish to complete their degree at Medaille in order to maximize credit for previous coursework, and to ease the transition to our campus community.
For a complete explanation of the requirements for transferring credits to Medaille from other institutions, please see our Transfer Student Policy.
Medaille has entered into agreements with a number of regional post-secondary institutions to allow students with 2-year degrees from those institutions to continue on in our bachelor's degree programs. More
When should a transfer student apply?
As soon as you are considering transferring to Medaille. We offer rolling admissions, meaning you will receive an application decision within a few weeks of completing your application. You’ll also get info on transfer scholarships and a complete credit evaluation upon acceptance.
How do I find out what will transfer into Medaille?
By completing your application and sending us your transcripts, then our Registrar’s Office will review your transcripts for transfer credit towards your academic program at Medaille College.
Do you give transfer scholarships?
Yes, scholarships for transfer students are determined by your academic progress and are awarded upon acceptance.
Do you have any articulation agreements or "2+2" programs?
Yes, please see the Articulation Agreement section of our website for more information.
Do you have housing for transfer students?
Yes, housing is available for transfer students. Please see Residence Life.
Do you offer any transfer student events?
Yes, we offer an Open House event exclusively for transfer students and their needs in the spring and in the fall. Call our office at (800) 292-1582 for the dates and times.
Can transfer students participate in athletics at Medaille?
Yes, if you are a current Division I or Division II athlete, you will want to contact the athletics office at Medaille College to learn about our eligibility requirements. If you are a current Division III athlete, you should contact the Coach of your current sport of interest. A list of coaches is available at our Athletics site.
Where are you located?
We are about five minutes away from downtown Buffalo at Rt. 198 and Parkside in North Buffalo.
How can I visit?
Your best way to visit campus would be to meet with an Admissions Counselor. Call our office at (716) 880-2200 to set up a time to talk about your major, the admissions process, and you can receive a tour of campus.
If my particular question is not listed here, who can I contact?
Bernadette Clark in the Undergraduate Admissions Office. She can be reached at email@example.com or (716) 880-2200.
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