By: Follow South Jersey Staff
CARNEY’S POINT, N.J. – Students at Salem Community College now have the opportunity to begin a bachelor’s degree program with Delaware State University (DSU) while enrolled at SCC.
The recently signed agreement offers dual admission to SCC students in six DSU programs: Biology/Chemistry (pre-professional), Business Administration (Accounting), Criminal Justice (Law Enforcement), Liberal Arts, Psychology and Sociology.
“We’re proud to provide this access and opportunity to Salem Community College students,” SCC President Dr. Michael R. Gorman said in a press release from the college.
“SCC is excited to begin this partnership with Delaware State University,” SCC Vice President/Chief Academic Officer Ken Robell said. “This new agreement enables SCC graduates to seamlessly transfer into one of these programs at DSU in Dover for their junior and senior years.”
SCC students enrolled in a dual admission program with DSU will meet with a transfer advisor to help prepare for their transition.
For more information, contact the SCC admissions office at email@example.com or 856.351.2716.
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