Transfer Admissions Requirements
- Submit an Application for Undergraduate Admission and Scholarship Opportunities.
- Submit official transcripts from all colleges and universities you’ve previously attended.
- Submit final, official high school transcripts.
Transcripts Should Be Mailed to Our Office:
Office of Admissions
141 Central Ave.
Keuka Park, N.Y. 14478
Occupational Therapy Students
- In nearly all cases, you’ll transfer into our occupational therapy program as a sophomore, regardless of the number of credits you’ve earned at other institutions. Generally, exceptions are made only if you’re coming from an occupational or physical therapy program and these are reviewed by the division chair on a case-by-case basis.
- Applications for occupational therapy are reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis and the occupational therapy program has limited spaces available for transfer students.
- A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 is required for transfer students.
General Occupational Therapy Admission Information
- We offer rolling admission for freshmen and transfers applying for a seat in our occupational therapy program. No separate application is required. Applications are reviewed on a first-come, first-serve basis.
- The occupational therapy program has 50 seats available for freshmen, with limited space available for transfer students.
- The first 50 freshmen to be accepted and to submit their enrollment deposit will receive a reserved spot in the program.
- The College does not permit the deferment of OT acceptances to another semester.
- Since Keuka College accepts a limited number of applicants to the occupational therapy program annually, we welcome all candidates not admitted to the program to consider other courses of study at Keuka College.
- Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale
- Minimum of 3.0 average in all college-level math and science coursework
- All science courses must have been completed within five years of application
ASL and ASL-English Interpreting Students
The ASL and ASL-English Interpreting programs require students entering with previous coursework or experience in ASL to schedule a zoom call with faculty to determine placement in the appropriate language courses. Download additional information, including guidelines and deadlines.
In nearly all cases, you’ll transfer into our ASL-English interpreting program as a sophomore. Exceptions are made only if you’re coming from another intrepreting program and these are reviewed by the division chair on a case-by-case basis.