ACCC Signs New Transfer Agreement with Strayer University
October 15, 2007
Atlantic Cape Community College has signed an articulation agreement with Strayer University, allowing for a seamless transition for ACCC graduates into a bachelor's degree program.
Strayer has 33 campuses in 11 states and the District of Columbia and an online university, with two new campuses: Cherry Hill and at the Burlington County College campus in Willingboro. The university offers degrees in information systems, accounting, legal studies, retail management, international business, hospitality and tourism management and more. ACCC courses in related areas will be accepted at all SU campuses.
Graduates who wish to take advantage of the agreement must have a grade point average of 2.0 or higher.
"This agreement will provide an exciting opportunity for Atlantic Cape graduates who are interested in pursuing a bachelor's degree," Senior Dean of Academic Affairs Dr. Arthur Wexler said. "With so many campuses from which to choose and a strong online learning program, this affords students a variety of options to further their education."
ACCC has articulation agreements for designated degree programs with more than 30 colleges including: Rutgers University, Cabrini College, Drexel University, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, Rowan University, Widener University and more. Other agreements are pending.
For more information on ACCC's articulation agreements, call Renee DeAngelo, Career and Academic Planning Center, (609) 343-5630.