Waterbury, Conn. (August 4, 2022) – Post University has entered into memorandums of understanding with four nearby colleges and a training center in Connecticut – Middlesex Community College, Quinebaug Valley Community College, Capital Community College, and the Center for Financial Training – as well as the Technical College of the Lowcountry in South Carolina and Arizona College of Nursing. These six new agreements will allow for two-year degree earners to continue their education at Post, in-person or online.
As the need for upskilling becomes increasingly important in today’s job market, the need for affordable paths to a degree has become essential. Articulation agreements streamline the process while ensuring the transferability of credits.
“We are excited to continue expanding our network of transfer partnerships,” said Virginia Folger, articulation agreement specialist at Post University. “Meeting students where they are is a must. These agreements are our commitment to making degree attainment a reality by offering a seamless transition from associate to bachelor’s degrees.”
Middlesex Community College associate degree graduates will automatically be accepted into one of eight Post University bachelor’s degree programs, including accounting, biology and communications. While most of the transferrable programs can be completed online, the Bachelor of Science in Biology is only available in person at Post’s Main Campus in Waterbury.
Quinebaug Valley Community College students who earned their associate degree and completed all required accounting courses will be accepted into Post’s Bachelor of Science in Accounting. Students who received an Associate Degree in Business Administration: Management Option can choose to continue their education by following the Bachelor of Science in Management curriculum track.
Capital Community College associate degree graduates will be able to continue their studies at Post University to earn bachelor’s degrees in the following programs: accounting, biology, communication and media studies, criminal justice, human services and management. Bachelor of Science in Biology is only available in person at Post’s Main Campus in Waterbury.
Center for Financial Training students will be able to transfer a maximum of 10 classes for a bachelor’s degree and five for an associate degree.
Technical College of the Lowcountry nursing graduates will be able to earn their BSN or MSN degrees online through Post University’s American Sentinel College of Nursing and Health Sciences.
Arizona College of Nursing students who no longer wish to pursue a career in nursing will be able to transfer their general education credits to Post University which offers learners a wide range of academic paths towards bachelor’s degrees in almost 30 subject areas.
All students accepted to Post University through one of these six articulation agreements will receive a reduced tuition rate.
With the addition of these six colleges, Post University now offers transfer programs with more than a dozen institutions across various states, including South Carolina, Texas, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Georgia, Arizona and Washington. For more information on this and other articulation agreements with Post University, please visit https://post.edu/admissions/transfer-students/ or call 800-660-6615.