Ashford University Enters into Articulation Agreements with Five Community Colleges
Agreements will help community college graduates transition into a four-year university
Ashford University formed articulation agreements with five community colleges in the fourth quarter of 2013. These articulation agreements facilitate the transfer of credits to Ashford University in order to help students work toward their educational goals.
The colleges that entered into articulation agreements with Ashford University are Highland Community College in Highland, Kan.; Northcentral Technical College in Wasusau, Wis.; Crowder College in Neosho, Mo.; Cloud County Community College in Concordia, Kan.; and Oakland Community College in Bloomfield Hills, Mich.
“These agreements are great for all students and schools involved,” said Mark Young, divisional vice president of academic and strategic partnerships for Ashford University. “It makes for an almost seamless transition to a four-year university.”
The articulation agreements between Ashford University and these community colleges demonstrate a commitment to increasing educational opportunities and enabling a direct progression for students transferring from a two-year institution to a four-year university.
About Ashford University
Where heritage meets innovation – that’s Ashford University. At Ashford, students discover relevant degree programs, innovative technology, and cherished tradition. Ashford offers associates, bachelor’s, and master’s online degree programs, while the Clinton, Iowa campus offers bachelor’s programs. Whether on campus or online, Ashford students enjoy the same supportive community. For more information, please visit ashford.edu or call Shari Winet, Vice President of Public Relations, at 858.513.9240 x2513.