A new opportunity emerges for Cazenovia students when you transfer to Centenary University.
You’ve been through a lot at Cazenovia College, and Centenary University understands how emotional and difficult a time it must be for you as Cazenovia sunsets. We’re determined to make the transition to your new college as seamless and easy as possible — a bright new day for Cazenovia students. We’ve already talked with equine, criminal justice, psychology, and business majors and we want to hear from you! In fact, you’ll find that so many of our programs are in alignment.
Transfer Your Credits to Centenary University
If Centenary University offers the same major that you were taking at Cazenovia, you will be able to transfer as many credits as possible and continue with minimal to no impact on your ongoing course requirements. Check out our undergraduate degree programs.
How to Apply to Centenary University
You are encouraged to meet with a Centenary University faculty advisor to facilitate a smooth transfer. You must complete the Centenary University application and provide the required documents for admission. You must provide a final official transcript, and complete the necessary medical forms, housing forms, etc.
Starting @ Centenary
- Application – Complete your Centenary University application and submit all required documents for admission.
- Deposit – Make your deposit to hold your spot and register for your classes.
- Register – Call Transfer Admissions at 1-866-696-8106 to schedule an appointment.
Confirm your enrollment by submitting a deposit. Commuter students should submit a $100 enrollment deposit, and resident students should submit a $300 deposit ($100 enrollment deposit, plus a $200 housing deposit).
After submitting your deposit you’ll be able to register for classes for the upcoming semester. An enrollment counselor will meet with you personally to review your degree sequence and plan your courses. While you can register any time before the start of classes, we recommend completing this step as soon as possible to ensure that there is plenty of space in the courses you wish to take.