Brooklyn College

Brooklyn College

Brooklyn College - College Transfer Guide

Brooklyn College

Brooklyn College

Brooklyn College - College Transfer Guide

Brooklyn College

Brooklyn College

Brooklyn College - College Transfer Guide

Brooklyn College

Brooklyn College

Brooklyn College - College Transfer Guide

Brooklyn College

Brooklyn College

Brooklyn College - College Transfer Guide

Brooklyn College

Brooklyn College

Brooklyn College - College Transfer Guide

Brooklyn College

Brooklyn College

Brooklyn College - College Transfer Guide

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Brooklyn College

 

Office of Undergraduate Admissions

2900 Bedford Avenue

Brooklyn, NY 11210

718.951.5001

www.brooklyn.cuny.edu

adminquiry@brooklyn.cuny.edu

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Switching schools in the middle of your college career can be a great option if you are coming to Brooklyn College from a community college after obtaining your associate’s degree, need a more affordable option, or just found your former university unfulfilling. Transfer students make up nearly half of the student body at Brooklyn College, so the College has become expert at making your transition a smooth one. The admissions team is always available for counseling, and with tools like the BC Transfer Credit Tool at your fingertips, you can be on your way to mapping out your future at Brooklyn College in no time.

 

For more than 85 years, Brooklyn College has been attracting a wide variety of motivated students—many of them immigrants or the children of immigrants who wish to better their lives through a superb education. They come because of the College's renowned faculty of academics, professionals, and artists who are among the best in their field. 

 

Brooklyn College has a student enrollment of 17,179 students—14,084 undergraduates and 3,095 graduates—who come from 139 nations and speak 103 languages.

 

The College offers 175 undergraduate degree, graduate degree, certificate, and advanced certificate and diploma programs in business; education; the humanities and social sciences; natural and behavioral sciences; and visual, media, and performing arts. 

 

Brooklyn College makes education both accessible with outstanding academic programs and affordable with its generous scholarship and financial packages. The Princeton Review rates Brooklyn College as one of the top 10 best value colleges in the country, and the College regularly receives praise for its beautiful green campus and coveted location.

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