TRANSFER STUDENTS

Change is a good thing―and things happen. Are you thinking about transferring to Vaughn College? We make the transfer student admissions process easy so you can focus on more important things―like your education.
Did you know that 99 percent of our graduates, 83 percent in their chosen field, are employed or continue their education within one year? 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. See how it easy it is to make the switch, with the help of our college admissions team and transfer student experts.

Transfer Student Admissions: How to Apply in Three Easy Steps

Transfer Student Admissions: How to Apply in Three Easy Steps

  1. Apply: Complete an undergraduate application for enrollment to Vaughn College. Apply now or, if you wish to have an enrollment package mailed to you, please call 1-866-6-VAUGHN. You can also complete an application at the time of your appointment with our college admissions team.
  2. Request Your Transcript: Request a copy of your unofficial and official transcripts from all previously attended institutions of higher learning. Remember to have the unofficial transcript mailed to you directly, and the official transcript mailed directly to: Vaughn College, c/o Enrollment Services, 86-01 23rd Ave., Flushing, NY 1136
  3. Consult with a College Admissions Expert: Contact Lisa Limbach, assistant director of admissions/STEM pathways adviser and transfer liaison at 718.429.6600, extension 145 or via email at to schedule a personal telephone, online or in-person counseling session. Our college admissions team is fully equipped to help transfer students make the transition to Vaughn College.

If you still have questions regarding transfer student admissions or our college admissions process in general, please fill out the form to the right. A college admissions representative will contact you shortly.

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Transfer Credits with Ease

Vaughn recently updated the general education curriculum offered by the arts and sciences department that require students to take courses across 10 areas of competency―from oral presentation and ethics to critical thinking and diverse perspectives. These changes offer students more flexibility in their course selections and make coming to Vaughn easier for transfer students. Check out these changes here.

Mark Your Calendar

Key Dates for Transfer Students

Vaughn Transfer Info Session

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. However, the preferred application deadline is:

  • March 1 for the fall semester.
  • November 1 for the spring semester

This ensures the application will be completely reviewed for all admissions programs and all available scholarships and financial aid.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the minimum TOEFL score I need to gain admission?

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.

Q: What is your career placement rate?

Ninety-nine percent of Vaughn graduates receive jobs or continue their education within one year of graduation. Eighty-three 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 282 graduates in 2018, and 220 reported an outcome for a 78 percent response rate. The 2018 graduating class includes September 2018, December 2017 and May 2018 graduates.

Q: Do you offer the Higher Educational Opportunity Program (HEOP)?

Yes, the college offers HEOP. Students must be New York State residents and qualify both academically and financially to be eligible.

Q: Do you offer work-study and/or are there employment opportunities off campus?

Work-study is granted through the financial aid office. There are other opportunities for part-time jobs on campus as well as off campus.

Q: Do you have scholarships?

Vaughn has scholarships that are awarded based on academics and financial need.

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