Wayne Community College, Mount Olive University sign transfer agreement



Acting Wayne Community College President Patty Pfeiffer (left) and Mount Olive University President H. Edward Croom shake hands after signing an agreement that facilitates the transfer of the WCC associate in applied science programs to the corresponding UMO license programs.

Wayne Community College and Mount Olive University have teamed up to make it easier for students to transition between their degree programs.

The two signed an “articulation agreement” entitled “UMO Promise”. It is designed to “enhance educational opportunities and facilitate a transparent transfer of graduates from WCC associates specified in applied science degree programs to Mount Olive University degree programs,” the document said.

The agreement allows current students and recent graduates in accounting and finance, business administration, agri-food technology, animal sciences, sustainable agriculture, turf management, criminal justice, emergency management, social services and early childhood education programs. , to be admitted to the corresponding UMO programs.

UMO will accept up to 60 credit hours from these programs when the student has a minimum GPA of 2.0 on a scale of 4.0.

Trustees at Wayne Community College and Mount Olive University are celebrating the signing of an agreement that facilitates the transfer of some community college programs to university programs. Attended (front row, left to right): Brandon Jenkins, WCC Acting Vice President for Student and Student Services, Patty Pfeiffer, WCC Acting President, H. Edward Croom, WCC President UMO and Todd Telemeco, vice president of academic affairs at UMO; (back row, left to right) WCC Applied Technologies Dean Ernie White, WCC Business and Computer Technologies Dean Tracy Schmeltzer, WCC Allied Health and Public Services Dean Janiel Marak, WCC Acting Dean Arts and Sciences Laura Buddin, UMO Assistant Vice President for curriculum development Burt Lewis, Dean of UMO School of Arts and Sciences Gerald Seaton, Dean of UMO School of Agriculture and Biological Sciences Sandy Maddox and Kathy Best Dean of UMO Tillman School of Business.

As part of the deal, WCC students will be exposed to UMO offerings and be provided with a UMO admissions representative to assist them.

“The bottom line has been and always will be, we can do our best for education and our best for the community by sharing our resources and working as a team,” said Dr Patty Pfeiffer, WCC Interim President , during the signing ceremony of an agreement. “Sometimes the partnership is the best for everyone.”

“Being two great educational institutions in this county, we could do a lot more for our citizens,” said Dr. H. Edward Croom, President of UMO. “We can come together to do a lot better. I think our riding needs it, our riding deserves it and I know it will benefit our students. I look forward to a great partnership and to doing great things.



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