You are looking for a new path. Maybe your previous college or area of study wasn't a good fit for you, or you stopped going to college a while ago and want to come back. Whatever the reason, LaGuardia Community College opens the doors of higher education for all. At LaGuardia, we encourage you to ask questions, venture outside of your comfort zone and demand more of yourself, so that you can see a bigger world with even more choices. We provide you with a safe space to try and try again, because being bold and taking risks is how we learn. Upon graduation, LaGuardia students’ lives are transformed as family income increases 17%, and students transfer to four-year colleges at three times the national average. With over 50 majors and certificate programs, completing your undergraduate education is a tangible goal.
3. Official high school transcripts showing a graduation date must be delivered directly from the high school in a sealed, school-issued envelope; a High School Equivalency Diploma (HSED); or a General Equivalency Diploma (G.E.D.) with test scores. Transcripts in a language other than English are accepted.
4. Official college transcripts from all institutions you’ve attended. If you are currently enrolled CUNY, your CUNY transcript will automatically be retrieved when you submit your application. Transcripts in a language other than English are accepted. 5. Immunization records must reflect satisfaction of New York State immunization requirements for measles, mumps and rubella. A Meningitis Response Form must also be submitted.6. Check with the Admissions Office to see if you are required to take the CUNY Assessment Tests.7. Review the Apply Now checklist and download an Admission Application Worksheet for Transfer Students for full instruction on submitting applications and supporting documents.
You are considered a Transfer Student
if you have attended a higher learning institution since graduating from
high school. This applies even if you’re still in your first year, will
not transfer credits and if the institution is outside of the United
States. Students who have already earned a degree and/or are starting a
new major are still Transfer Students. If you hold a temporary visa, you are an International Student. You can prepare yourself by visiting the CUNY website to learn more about the different applications.
We’re only an email or phone call away. Send specific questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 718-482-5000. If you'd like to receive transfer admission information, please use the Transfer Credit Inquiry Form or contact the Office of Transfer Credit Evaluation.