Student Service and Advisement Center

Keuka College is dedicated to helping you meet the requirements of your degree program. The advisement team will work with you one-on-one throughout your time with Keuka College, and provide you with support and help when you need it most.

To get in touch with an advisor, email [email protected] 

How Your Advisor Can Help

Contact your advisor with any of the following issues, or if you’re unsure where to start:​

  • Advisement on what additional coursework to register for
  • Registering for an online class or to make up a program course
  • Discussing your program evaluation
  • Ensuring your personal and demographic information on file is up to date and accurate
  • Attending or completing orientation
  • Dropping a class
  • Withdrawing from, or returning to, Keuka College

Choosing a Completion Option

A simple transcript evaluation will tell you how many credits you need to complete your degree.

Your academic advisor will determine if you need additional credits based on what you've earned from previous colleges or universities, credits earned through Keuka College coursework, and credits required for a B.S. degree in New York state. If you do not have enough transferable college credits, you may need additional coursework to complete your degree requirements. 

Developing a plan with your academic advisor is the best way to ensure you earn the credits you need. Not every option works for each student. Your advisor will explain each option in detail, so you learn how Keuka College coursework, CLEP exams, and coursework offered through other institutions can work for you. Factors such as number and type of credits needed, location, and program length will affect your academic credit plan.

Contact your academic advisor to discuss your needs and to sign up for additional coursework. 

Keuka College Course Offerings

Each semester, Keuka College offers courses that aim to "bridge" the gap between what a student has and what a student needs. Courses are offered in several formats:

  • Classroom courses are offered at various locations throughout New York state.
  • Online courses follow the accelerated format and include books in the cost of tuition.
  • Hybrid courses combine online lecture with a classroom lab.

Online Course Information

* These courses may not be substituted for program courses.

College Level Exam Program (CLEP)

The College Level Exam Program (CLEP) helps students earn credit for what they already know, regardless of how they acquired that knowledge. CLEP exams test mastery of college-level material acquired in a variety of ways--through general academic instruction, significant independent study, or extracurricular work. CLEP exams cannot be taken if similar college credit has already been granted.

Community College or Accredited Institution Coursework

Earn course credit by registering at a community college or accredited institution. All of Keuka College's partner schools are accredited and able to help students complete course requirements. If you choose to take courses from a community college or accredited institution, you must submit a Non-Keuka College Coursework Approval form to the registrar's office. This form will make sure the selected course will transfer to Keuka College and satisfy your degree requirements.


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