Articulation agreements have been signed between Purdue University Fort Wayne and two out of state community colleges. The university says the agreements benefit students from Northwest State Community College in Archbold, Ohio and Schoolcraft College in Livonia, Michigan. They allow students from the community colleges to transfer earned credits from an Associate in Applied Science degree to PUFW’s Bachelor of Applied Science program.
“We are very pleased to strengthen our relationships with the four-year partners that our students rely on,” said NSCC President Michael Thomson, Ph.D. “It’s important that we provide clear pathways for our students to make it as easy as possible to complete both their two- and four-year degrees.”
Admission requirements must be met before the community college students can transfer up to 88 credits toward a bachelor’s degree, and would then need to complete a minimum of 32 credit hours at PUFW, which can be entirely completed online.