Dr. Anthony Graham (left), WSSU's provost and vice chancellor of academic affairs, and Dr. Darrin Hartness, president of Davidson County Community College, shake hands after signing two new transfer partnership agreements for students in DCCC's Zoo & Aqua

Two new transfer agreements will create opportunities for Davidson County Community College (DCCC) graduates to pursue a bachelor’s degree from Winston-Salem State University (WSSU).

The 2+2 agreements will create a streamlined path for graduates of DCCC’s Zoo & Aquarium Science program to enter WSSU with junior status – 60 or more credit hours – to pursue a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Biology.

“We are pleased to partner with DCCC to provide the opportunity for its graduates to advance their careers through a bachelor’s degree from Winston-Salem State,” said Dr. Anthony Graham, WSSU’s provost and vice chancellor for Academic Affairs. “These new agreements illustrate WSSU’s commitment to providing access to baccalaureate degrees for North Carolina residents in critical workforce areas.”

The agreements were signed at a ceremony at DCCC on Tuesday, July 2, which was attended by administrators and faculty from WSSU and DCCC. Graduates of the programs can begin enrolling at WSSU this fall.

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Originally published July 2, 2019.

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