STCC College Presidents Dr. John B. Cook and Charter Oak`s Ed Klonoski signed an articulation agreement on Thursday, March 30, at a ceremony at STCC`s Scibelli Hall. STCC is proud to offer a series of transfer contracts with dozens of 4-year colleges and universities. Many agreements use the MassTransfer- or Commonwealth Commitment programs, which provide flawless channels and financial incentives for the most affordable university education. Others are based on academic interests or pathways to a private institution of 4 years. Students who are interested in a law school after graduation can apply for the unique 3/3 program, a partnership between Bay Path University and the Western New England University School of Law. This program offers students the opportunity to move to law school immediately after graduating from the University of New England. To be eligible, students must complete at least 30 hours of credit for a bachelor`s degree at Bay Path. Click here for more information and articulation agreement. Bay Path University has admissions agreements and special joint programs to schedule agreements with many local community colleges, allowing for an easy transition from a two-year college to Bay Path. “We are very pleased to be working with springfield Technical Community College on such an important work program,” said Klonoski. “Making credit transfer simple and fluid for students is what Charter Oak was created, and this articulation transfer agreement is an example of our efforts to give students the opportunity to obtain skills tailored to the needs of the workforce.” Save money for an excellent university education starting with STCC! These agreements and transfer channels have been carefully developed to help students prevent (or minimize) the indebtedness of higher education institutions, while expanding access to universities and universities by four years.

Joint agreements are agreements between two (or more) universities or higher education institutions that qualify the guidelines for transfers from a particular academic program or diploma. Please note that the Academic Advising and Transfer Center continues to support students remotely, while campus restrictions coVID-19 apply. The whole team works assiduously (remotely) to minimize the impact of the current situation on our students. The team can be reached at Advisor@stcc.edu. Emails are regularly monitored during the day during normal business hours. The Commonwealth Commitment is a national program that provides financial incentives to students who begin their graduate studies at THE STCC and then move to a public campus in Massachusetts.

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