Greenville Tech and Anderson University establish bridge program.

PositionGreenville Technical College

Greenville Technical College and Anderson University have a new articulation agreement for students who want to transfer from Greenville Tech to the Anderson college to work on a bachelor's degree.

The Anderson University Bridge Program is intended for first-time college attendees who intend to eventually enroll at Anderson University, according to a news release. Bridge students enrolled in Greenville Technical College's Associate of Art, Associate of Science, and designated Applied Science degrees will sign an intent to transfer. If they meet the minimum GPA requirement of 2.50 and earn an associate degree, they will be accepted for transfer to AU and will receive advising and academic support that will ensure a successful transition from the two-year college to the four-year university, the news release said. Merit and transfer scholarships will be available for those who qualify.

Articulation agreements have also been signed for the supply chain management, marketing and management programs. The agreements allow graduates of these Greenville Technical College programs earning a 2.50 GPA or higher to transfer 60 -62...

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