Tompkins Cortland has direct partnerships with two four-year colleges allowing students to remain on the College campus for all four years of study – receiving your associate degree and your bachelor’s degree. We also have partnerships putting your Tompkins Cortland degree to work elsewhere. Find some of both kinds of programs below. Additional transfer information for current student is available on our Transfer Resources page.
Partnership with UB Pharmacy School
Under the 2+4 agreement, students will complete two years of undergraduate study in Tompkins Cortland’s Liberal Arts and Sciences: Math/Science associates of science degree program and then apply to UB’s pharmacy program. Discussing the partnership, Dean O’Donnell said, “The University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences values our collaboration with Tompkins Cortland Community College and this 2+4 agreement will further solidify our strong partnership. We look forward to having their best and brightest students as members of our PharmD program.”
Graduates of the UB PharmD program are among the most sought-after in the country. The University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences has been a leader in the education of pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists for more than 130 years. The school is accredited by the American Council of Pharmaceutical Education (ACPE) and is the top-ranked school of pharmacy in New York State and #22 ranked in the nation.
For more information, and to begin the application process, visit Tompkins Cortland Admissions.
SUNY Delhi four-year partnership
The College offers direct transfer opportunities with SUNY Delhi in Business Administration with a concentration in Hotel and Resort Management, Business Administration Technology and Management. Criminal Justice and nursing (RN to BSN) are available online only.
Students enrolled in these programs will attend the College as a Tompkins Cortland student during their first two years of study, then transfer to SUNY Delhi but be able to complete all SUNY Delhi requirements without leaving the College campus. Transfer of credits is also guaranteed.
For more information, and to begin the application process, visit Tompkins Cortland Admissions.Keuka College four-year partnership
Similar to the Delhi program, our relationship with Keuka College offers students the opportunity to earn an associate degree from Tompkins Cortland, then a Bachelor of Science degree in Social Work from Keuka College – without leaving the College campus.
Students enrolled in this program will attend the College as a Tompkins Cortland student during their first two years of study, then transfer to Keuka College but be able to complete all Keuka requirements without leaving the College campus. Transfer of credits is also guaranteed.
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SUNY Empire State College
SUNY Empire State College has a representative housed on the College campus, and many Tompkins Cortland programs can be used to transfer into four-year programs at Empire State. Empire State offers numerous bachelor’s and master’s degrees in high-demand fields in New York. You do not have to be a Tompkins Cortland student or former Tompkins Cortland student to attend Empire State.
For more information, visit SUNY Empire State College or call Tompkins Cortland's on-campus SUNY Empire State College representative at 607.273.4536.