Transfer – Engineering
|Preference for transfer is given to those applicants that have completed all of Cooper Union's first year program at another accredited college. If space is available, students are admitted on the basis of prior college records. It may be necessary to wait until late June for a decision.|
|STEP 1||Submit the first part of your application online by January 9, 2017.|
You will receive a confirmation email from the Office of Admissions.
All Engineering applicants must complete the Engineering Part II Questionnaire, a set of short answer essay questions. The Part II Questionnaire must be submitted through the Writing Supplement on your Common Application by January 17, 2017.
Please Note: The Engineering Writing Supplement may be submitted after you submit your Common Application.
If you submit your Common Application as an Art or Architecture applicant and wish to submit an additional application to Engineering, you will not be able to access the Part II Writing Supplement via the Common App. Instead, once the Office of Admissions receives your Additional Application(s) Form indicating that you wish to apply to the School of Engineering, we will send you a confirmation email containing a link to the Part II.
You will have to prepare and submit by January 17, 2017:
Send all materials to the Office of Admissions, 30 Cooper Square, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10003.
*Under certain circumstances, we will waive the SAT/ACT requirement. Generally, only transfer students and/or non-traditional students' requests to waive the standardized testing requirement are considered. You must be able to prove you have had at least one year of college-level math and college-level English to apply for the waiver. The Admissions staff will then consider your request and notify you if you can waive the SAT/ACT requirement. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
You will receive an admission decision in late May or early June.
|*Applicants whose native language is not English and who have not graduated from a secondary school in a country with English as the official medium of instruction are required to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) and submit official scores to the Office of Admissions. Click here for more information regarding International Applicants.|