SUNY Geneseo Adds Cooperative Admission Program with FLCC

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Seated from left are SUNY Geneseo Associate Provost for Assessment and Curriculum Melanie Blood; Dr. Denise A. Battles, President, SUNY Geneseo; Dr. Robert Nye, president, FLCC; and Beth Johnson, PhD, FLCC interim associate vice president of instruction. Standing from left are SUNY Geneseo Vice President for Enrollment Management Costas Solomou; Ryan McCabe, FLCC AVP of academic technology and high impact practices; and Matthew Stever, FLCC’s director of admissions. (photo/Jan Regan)

In May, SUNY Geneseo and Finger Lakes Community College (FLCC) established a cooperative admission program, allowing FLCC students to seamlessly transfer to Geneseo without an additional application. The agreement, signed on August 29, begins during the Fall 2022 semester and applies to psychology, education, accounting, biology, history, and sustainability studies majors.

This is one of nearly a dozen partnerships the College has established with regional colleges and universities. Cooperative programs such as these help extend students’ education, often allowing them to complete more than one degree in a shorter period.

“Our partnership programs allow seamless transfer opportunities for students as they pursue their degrees, but they also offer students the opportunity to pursue graduate studies in a variety of fields,” says Costas Solomou, vice president for enrollment management. “Cooperative programs also give students a competitive advantage over other candidates when it’s time to start their careers.”

For more information, visit Cooperative Programs and Partnerships.


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