Student talking to college representative at transfer fair

MVCC Transfer Events

Each fall and spring semester, we host a variety events to help you prepare for a smooth transfer to a four-year college or university after graduating from MVCC. These events provide opportunities to explore transfer options, and connect with college representatives to learn about their programs and admissions/transfer processes.

Transfer Workshops

This spring, MVCC's Student Support Advisors are hosting Transfer Workshops, where you can talk with an advisor, ask questions about the transfer process, begin researching four-year colleges and universities, get started on the SUNY and Common Apps, and explore transfer tools and resources. 

Spring 2024 Workshops

1-3 p.m. | Career Development Center, ACC102
No RSVP needed — just drop in!

  • Wednesday, Jan. 31
  • Wednesday, Feb. 7
  • Wednesday, Feb. 14
  • Wednesday, Feb. 21
  • Wednesday, Feb. 28
  • Wednesday, March 6
  • Wednesday, March 20
  • Wednesday, March 27
  • Wednesday, April 10
  • Wednesday, April 24

Transfer Fairs

Transfer fairs give you the chance to "window shop" a wide range of four-year colleges and universities over a period of time. Though not as individualized of an experience as a specific college event or an advisor-in-residence visit, transfer fairs are a great opportunity to explore a variety of possible institutions.

Advisor-in-Residence Visits

During Advisor-in-Residence Visits, colleges and universities set up shop right here on campus, giving you an opportunity to take a closer look at their program offerings. Even if you won't be transferring for a year or more, it's never too early to start thinking about and preparing for your next step.  

Joining an event virtually?

If you are unable to join a virtual transfer event from home, the Advisement Office has Zoom-capable computers available at the Utica Campus, in Payne Hall. To use a computer at this location, please contact the office at 315-731-5719 in advance. Please note that on-campus computer usage is on a first come, first served basis.