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CCC and SUNYIT Announce Articulation Agreement


Friday, March 27, 2009


 


 

 

Plattsburgh, NY__The vice president of academic affairs at Clinton Community College, Dr. Cheryl Reagan, announced that students graduating from the A.A.S. Computer Information Systems program at CCC now have a seamless path to transfer into the B.S. Computer Information Systems program at SUNY Institute of Technology at Utica/Rome, as a result of this new articulation agreement.


The agreement objectives are to guarantee admission of quality transfer students from CCC, satisfy SUNYIT admissions criteria, and to facilitate communication and academic coordination between students, faculty and administrators at each institution.


“This is a wining relationship for our students,” said Dr. Cheryl Reagan, vice president for academic affairs at CCC. “They will take their strong preparation completed in Computer Science at Clinton and become successful students at SUNYIT. These students are being equipped to meet the challenges and opportunities in the continuously changing field of technology.”


“Articulations such as this one are even more financially important today for many families,” expressed Ron Poland, associate professor of business and technology and division coordinator at CCC. “Students taking this path will receive a great education at a much lower cost.”


Students who graduate from Clinton with an associate degree in Computer Information Systems with a grade point average of at least 2.50 are eligible to transfer as a first semester junior at SUNYIT. They will receive their bachelor’s degree when they have successfully completed a minimum of 124 credit hours in the program they have chosen and have maintained a satisfactory grade point average at SUNYIT.


For more information contact Admissions at 518 562-4170 or visit clinton.edu.


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