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How can I get credit for courses I took at another college?

You must request an Official transcript from that college to be sent directly to Keuka College Registrar's office.  Once we receive the transcript we will evaluate what will transfer. We accept:

  • Transcripts sent via secure email from another college (or college transcript vendor)
  • Paper transcripts from the other college in a sealed college envelope.  We do not accept paper transcripts that have been previously opened.
How can I return to Keuka after previously withdrawing?

Students who wish to resume coursework at Keuka College should review Former Students Returning to Keuka College page in the Keuka College Record. All applications will be reviewed by the Keuka College Office of Admissions as well as the Office of the Registrar, if necessary.

How is my registration day determined?

On campus students day of registration is determined by your class level (cumulative credits, not including what is in progress) and athletic status.

  • Day 1: Athletes and Seniors  (85 credits and above)
  • Day 2: Juniors (55-84 credits)
  • Day 3: Sophomores (26-54 credits)
  • Day 4: Freshmen (25 credits and below)
How many Field Periods are required to graduate?

You must complete a Field Period for every 30 Keuka College credits required for your program.

What should I do with my loan deferment forms?

Fill out the student portion and bring the form to the Registrar's Office. We will fill out the rest and send it on as requested.

How do I read a program evaluation?

You can meet with your advisor or success advisor to get help reading your program evaluation. You can also visit the Registrar's Office. The 3 key status are as follows:

  • In-Progress: You are currently enrolled, but you have degree requirements that have not yet been attempted. Review all sections In-Progress below.
  • Pending Anticipated Complete: Upon successful completion of all registered and pre-registered coursework now showing, your degree requirements will be done.
  • Complete: Congratulations! Your degree requirements are finished, and you are done! Degrees are generally conferred at the end of every month.
I took college classes (or AP, IB) in High School, how do I get them to transfer?

You must request an official transcript from the college, College Board (AP), or International Baccalaureate (IB) that you received the credit from. Note: we will not transfer credit from your high school transcript.

Are Field Period® experiences worth academic credit?

Each Field Period® course—which consists of the experience and reflective assignments—is worth three academic credits.  Students should review their Program Evaluations to understand which Field Period® course requirements they must complete for their major. Field Period® courses are graded as pass/fail. A passing Field Period® course will should up as an "S" for "satisfactory" on a student's transcript.

Can I receive my grades by telephone?

No. Because we are unable to verify the identity of any caller beyond a reasonable doubt, grades are not released by telephone to protect the student's right to privacy.

Can the College disclose my student record without my permissions?

Only directory information can be released without a signed consent form or a FERPA waiver.  

How many Field Period® experiences will I have to do?

Most students will complete four Field Period® experiences, however this many vary based on major or transfer status.  For specific requirements, students should refer to their Program Evaluation accessible through the Portal under KC Self-Service.

How often should I review my program evaluation?

You should review your program evaluation at least once per term, to make sure you are on track!

Can a Field Period® be paid?

It is possible for a Field Period® experience to be paid, specifically those that are more internship-like in nature.

What are the benefits of Field Period®?

Keuka College's Field Period® program helps students connect academic learning to real world experiences.  It often helps them with their major and career decisions as well as develop transferable and industry-specific skills.  Additionally, the Field Period® program allows students to develop professional networks and strong resumes as they experience working with different environments and populations.