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Nassau Community College

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The Joint Admissions Program is open to the following students:

  1. Applicants to Nassau who will be first year students; OR
  2. Transfer applicants to Nassau from any accredited institution who will enter Nassau with  fewer than 24 credits of completed college work, except students who have previously been dismissed from Molloy; OR
  3. Any current matriculated Nassau student who applies to the Joint Admissions Program prior to the completion of 24 credits of college work.

The Joint Admissions Program stipulates that applicants who are granted admissions to Nassau shall also be granted admission to Molloy and that upon completion of their Associate Degree, the students may continue their education at Molloy. Depending on the program chosen, students may be required to meet additional and/or specific requirements upon transferring to Molloy which will be shown in the grids below.

Students are required to complete the Nassau Admissions Application with the Molloy Joint Admissions Option, which is available from Nassau or local high school guidance offices.

Some students may decide to transfer to Molloy during their studies at Nassau. The two institutions agree to make every effort to facilitate transfer of Nassau graduates not covered by the agreement to Molloy by making available to them academic advisement and consultation and by waiving the general education requirements apart from Theology and Ethics. These courses will have to be taken at Molloy if not previously taken at Nassau or another higher education institution. Upon transfer, students will have junior status. However, students not covered by the Joint Admissions Agreement must apply to Molloy for admission in the usual manner of transfer.

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