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Transferring from Westchester Community College

Lehman College and Westchester Community College have partnered to develop a clear pathway for Westchester Community College students to follow when seeking to transfer to Lehman College upon completion of their Associates degree.

Benefits of this partnership include:

  • The opportunity to earn degrees from two quality public institutions with the lowest tuition rates regionally
  • The ability to transfer up to 60 credits from an Associate’s degree to your Bachelors degree
  • Dedicated Lehman College contact to answer any questions you may have throughout the application, admissions, and registration processes
  • Academic Advising services from professional advisors
  • Up-to-the-minute information about recruitment events, open houses, etc.
  • Invitations to participate in Lehman College campus events

Transferring with an Associate’s degree

It is suggested that students transfer to Lehman College once they have completed their Associate’s degree. Students transferring to Lehman College with an AA or AS degree with a GPA of 2.0 or higher will be considered to have met their lower level General Education requirements. Students transferring to Lehman with an A.A.S. degree are required to complete Lehman College's Pathways General Education Curriculum. An Advising Guide for A.A.S. Transfer Students has been developed to provide course suggestions on coursework that wil ltransfer directly into Lehman's General Education Curriculum. This allows students to focus on completing their major and minor requirements while at Lehman.

Degree Requirements for students interested in transferring to Lehman College.

Transferring to Lehman without an Associate’s degree

While we encourage students to complete their Associate’s degree, often times students choose to transfer to Lehman College before completing their Associate’s degree. In these cases we suggest that students, who can complete their Associate's degree during their first two semesters at Lehman College, work in tandem with Advisors at both Lehman and Westchester Community College to ensure that students maximize opportunities to take courses that satisfy both their degree requirements at Lehman and the remaining coursework at Westchester Community College. The transfer database contained on this page can serve as a tool to help students identify courses that can be applied to both their Lehman degree and their Westchester Community College degree. Students that complete their Associates degree while enrolled at Lehman College will have their lower-level General Education requirements waived as mentioned above.

General Education requirements for non-Associate’s degree holders.

Information for Current SEEK, EOP, or HEOP Students

Current SEEK, EOP, or HEOP students interested in transferring to Lehman College should consult the Lehman College SEEK Program transfer information webpage.

Applying to Lehman College

Students interested in transferring to Lehman College should visit the Lehman College application page for complete application information.

Students that have questions about the application may get real time assistance from the chat feature. For chat hours refer to the virtual transfer center.

If you have missed the application deadline for the semester you are interested in attending Lehman please contact the Lehman College Office of Admissions at (718) 960-8713.


How do my Credits Transfer into my degree program at Lehman College?

Class by Class Transfer Database 

To assist you in better understanding how your credits will transfer into Lehman College the link below will provide you with an electronic copy of our course by course transfer database. This database is updated quarterly and should be considered an unofficial guide of how courses are transferred from Westchester Community College to Lehman College.

Download the Transfer Credit Database.

Articulation Agreements

Articulation Agreements are agreements between a community college and a four year college designed to provide students with information on the courses that they should complete while pursuing their Associate’s degree and what courses will required upon transferring. 

Early Childhood and Childhood Education Agreeement

WCC Global Business AS and Business Administration AS to Lehman College BBA

WCC Human Services AS to Social Work BA

WCC Human Service AAS to Social Work BA

WCC AS Accounting to Accounting BA BS

WCC Business Administration AAS to BBA

WCC Liberal Arts and Science to Antro Bio Chem Track 1

WCC Liberal Arts and Science to Antro Bio Chem Track 2

WCC Math and Science AS to Physics BA Physics BS and Mathematics BS

WCC Liberal Arts and Science to Chemistry BA and BS

WCC Liberal Arts and Science to Biology 53 and 70 Credit Major

How can I learn more about life at Lehman College?

All Westchester Community College students are encouraged to become fully engaged in events on-campus. With an Art Gallery, Theatre, Performing Arts Center, Division III athletics, and 100’s of campus events annually there is something for everyone. The calendar of events on this page has been designed especially for students from Westchester Community College. We invite you to visit our campus to see if Lehman is a good fit for you.

How can I learn about events on campus?

How do I get more information about transferring to Lehman College?

The Virtual Transfer Center at Lehman College provides students with useful information about transferring to Lehman College. The site contains an interactive comprehensive campus map, a video providing an overview of the application and admissions process, a detailed FAQ section, and links to the Admissions department, Financial Aid office, Bursar’s office, and a host of support services and special program for students.  

Students with specific transfer related questions should contact the Lehman College Admission office at (718) 960-8713.