Westchester Community College signs transfer agreement with Delaware State University

By Aleesia Forni

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Westchester Community College signed a transfer agreement with Delaware State University that will allow associate degree graduates of the college to transfer to Delaware State to complete a bachelor’s degrees in two years.

President, Miles, HH, 2015 WCC President Belinda S. Miles

The agreement also allows students who hold an associate degree in accounting from the Valhalla-based community college to continue their studies at Delaware State and earn a bachelor’s degree in accounting after two years and a master’s after one additional year.

Westchester Community College President Belinda S. Miles said the agreement establishes a partnership between two institutions that share a commitment to academic excellence and student success. She noted that achieving such collaborations that guarantee junior status for transferring students are a critical component of the college’s completion efforts.

The agreement guarantees transfer admission for Westchester Community College graduates who have a minimum of a 2.0 GPA, with the exception of undergraduate programs that require a 2.5 GPA, including management, accounting, social work and mathematics education.

Delaware State University is a historically black public university in Dover.

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Aleesia Forni
Aleesia Forni covers transportation, tourism, nonprofits and residential real estate for the Westchester County Business Journal. She previously worked as a financial reporter for the online newsletter Prospect News. She started with the Westchester County Business Journal in April 2016.

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