SUNY Delhi and Columbia-Greene Community College Sign Articulation Agreement

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SUNY Delhi has signed a comprehensive transfer agreement with Columbia-Greene Community College (C-GCC)ensuring a smooth transfer process for C-GCC graduates to matriculate into SUNY Delhi’s bachelor’s programs 
With this agreement, C-GCC students who successfully complete one of five associate's degrees or a certificate program with a minimum 2.0 GPA will be accepted directly into a corresponding bachelor’s program at SUNY Delhi. Delhi’s online RN-to-BSN nursing program requires a minimum 2.8 GPA.  
The transfer agreement applies to both online and on-site bachelor’s programs, including Business and Technology Management (BBA), Criminal Justice (BS), Sustainability (BS), Construction Management: Design and Building (BT), and Nursing RN-to-BSN. 
We are pleased to offer an excellent, clear pathway for C-GCC students to continue their education in one of our outstanding bachelor’s programs at SUNY Delhi,” said SUNY Delhi Provost Kelli LigeikisWe are confident that C-GCC students will thrive in the student-centered learning environment at SUNY Delhi.” 
C-GCC Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs George Timmons called the partnership a game-changer for Columbia and Greene counties – especially for students hoping to pursue four-year degrees closer to home. 
As a community college, Columbia-Greene serves a diverse population of students with a wide variety of needs,” he said. “This partnership will open doors for a greater number of students, including those leading into some of the most in-demand and well-paying jobs in the region.” 
SUNY Delhi will award two one-time $1,000 SUNY Delhi/Columbia-Greene Community College Pathways Transfer Scholarships to a student who resides on campus and a student enrolled in an online program. The scholarships require each student to maintain full-time student status with a cumulative GPA of 3.0. 
For full details, contact the SUNY Delhi Office of Admissions at or 607-746-4550. 

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