Whether you’re coming from college, or have been in the professional world for a while, Vaughn will help you transfer seamlessly for you to complete your degree.
Making the Switch
Are you thinking about transferring to Vaughn College? Change is a good thing. And we make the transfer student admissions process easy so you can focus on more important things—like your education.
At Vaughn, we can help you achieve your goals while easing the financial cost of attending college. Scholarships are available for transfer students that range from $3,000 to $15,000 per academic year. And 90 percent of students are eligible for some type of financial aid.
By transferring to Vaughn, you could be among the next generation of futureproof Vaughn graduates. We welcome students from all walks of life. You could be next. With the help of our college admissions team and transfer student experts, see how easy it is to make the switch.
TRANSFER SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT
(50% OF TUITION COVERED)
CLASS OF '22
I knew I had to go somewhere that understood the aviation industry and supported students who work while still pursuing a degree. That’s why I decided to transfer to Vaughn. The admissions team guided me through every step of the transfer process. And my professors allow me to make up work and attend office hours if I ever have to miss class because of work. They are very understanding.”
TRANSFER CREDITS WITH EASE
- Vaughn College accepts credits for courses taken at a regionally accredited institution with a grade of C or higher.
- A maximum of 60 credit hours from a two-year institution and 90 credit hours from a four-year institution can be applied towards a degree.
- Credit acceptance is at the discretion of Vaughn College.
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New York Presidential Transfer
CLASS OF ‘25
I was worried about how many of my credits would transfer from Suffolk County Community College to Vaughn, but all my credits transferred without a problem. The Vaughn admissions team made the process easy and helped me with everything from completing my application to registering for classes. I know transferring to Vaughn was the right decision.”HEAR MORE FROM MINA
Maximize Your CUNY Transfer Credits
Vaughn ♥ CUNY credits!
Most recent CUNY graduates can consider 30 credits towards their baccalaureate degree at Vaughn as complete. This no-hassle transfer policy lets you concentrate mostly on your major in flight, engineering or management. Some restrictions apply.**Apply Now
CUNY Transfer Student
CLASS OF ‘21
I am happy and completely sure I made the right decision transferring to Vaughn. The experience that my professors have, the connections I have made and the wonderful staff create a clear path to a successful career. I will always be grateful for Vaughn and how it has changed my life for the better.”
APPLY IN THREE EASY STEPS
Complete an undergraduate application for enrollment to Vaughn College.Apply Now
Request a copy of your unofficial and official transcripts from all previously attended institutions of higher learning.
Remember to have the official transcript sent electronically or mailed directly to:
c/o Enrollment Services
86-01 23rd Ave.,
Flushing, NY 11369
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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
All courses are subject to review by faculty within the discipline of a course. This may delay the posting of your transfer credit. It is crucial that all transcripts are submitted as early as possible so that your credit will be evaluated prior to registration. Elective credit will be awarded as placeholder credit and will remain on your record unless or until an equivalent Vaughn course has been determined.
Students who have received a degree from the City University of New York (CUNY) that satisfies the entirety of the 30-credit CUNY General Education common core** (required and flexible) will receive 27 credits towards a baccalaureate degree at Vaughn College. You will be exempt from the 27-credit, 9 general education competencies. In addition, you will be provided an expedited process to be exempted from enrolling in the 3-credit First Year Initiative (FYI) course. In total, you will not have to retake 30 credits towards your baccalaureate degree. The engineering programs may require additional assessment and courses related to math and physics requirements.
**As defined on the “General Education Requirements” page at CUNY.
In almost all cases, you will receive either credit or a waiver for Vaughn’s First Year Seminar or First Year Initiatives classes. See the statement referenced below for details.
Students are eligible for a waiver of the FYI 101 and FYE 101 courses in the following cases:
- Students successfully transferred an “Introduction to College” course from another accredited institution of higher education with any number of credits or for no credit. In the case of a non-credit course, the student needs to demonstrate that the course met at least the equivalent seat time of a 1 credit course and was not merely an extra-curricular activity.
- Students have attended another institution and have successfully transferred 24 or more credits from that institution with an incoming GPA of 2.0 or higher. The GPA requirement is to demonstrate that the student has already successfully mastered. A student that has attended more than one prior institution but has not completed 24 credits at any institutions has not demonstrated successful persistence in college and is not eligible for the waiver.
Students are eligible to be awarded credits for FYI and FYE on their transcript in the following cases:
- FYI 101 will be awarded for students who have taken an equivalent 3 credit course that is successfully transferred to Vaughn.
- FYE 101 will be awarded for students who have taken an equivalent 1 or 2 credit course that is successfully transferred to Vaughn.
- Students who take FYE 101 at Vaughn will still be required to take FYI 102 to make up the remainder of the topics. It is understood that FYI 102 is not a first-year course. Students who received a waiver of the course in the first section of this policy do not need to take FYI 102.
In order to receive the waiver or the award of credits, the following conditions need to be met:
- The students need take all training modules required for compliance with education laws. At the time of writing this policy this includes an alcohol safety course and a Title IX awareness course. The certificate should be presented to the College’s transfer credit coordinator before the credits are accepted or the course is waived.
- Waiving FYI 101 or FYE 101 would not cause the student’s degree to fall under the minimum credits required for the associated degree as mandated by state education law.
If this is the case, we could provide a waiver but not an award of credits. If not all of the credits transfer, then we could use a blanket three credits to fill the void.
Frequently Asked Questions
A minimum score of 77 on the Internet-based format is required for admission consideration. Students who fall below this range will be required to complete an intensive English language program.
Eighty-eight percent of Vaughn graduates receive jobs or continue their education within one year of graduation. seventy-five percent of Vaughn graduates are employed in their chosen field, or continue their education within one year.* *Outcomes include data within one year of graduation for graduates who reported via survey. There was a total of 237 graduates in 2020, and 178 reported an outcome for a seventy-five percent response rate. The 2020 graduating class includes September 2019, December 2019 and May 2020 graduates.
Yes, the college offers HEOP. Students must be New York State residents and qualify both academically and financially to be eligible.
Work-study is granted through the financial aid office. There are other opportunities for part-time jobs on campus as well as off campus.
Vaughn has scholarships that are awarded based on academics and financial need.