College Articulation Agreements;relationships between 2 and 4 year colleges

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784495_graduation.jpgThroughout the U.S. there are agreements between two and four year colleges, called articulation agreements. These agreements describe in detail the conditions under which the four-year college will agree to transfer the credits earned at a two-year school and the conditions under which the student will be allowed to matriculate at the four year school. Mr. Craig Lanzoni, President of Linear Learning Co., presents this seminar which will help to identify, enumerate, and describe these agreements and how they can benefit the college-bound student. He will also discuss some of the many benefits of two-year programs, as well as some of the drawbacks. Monday October 17 @ 7:00 pm in the 2nd floor meeting room.

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