2010-03-05 / Education

Columbia College, Midlands Tech formalize, expand programs for transfer students

Contributed by Columbia College

Columbia College and Midlands Technical College (MTC) formalized an agreement that allows a more seamless transition into Columbia College for MTC students who aspire to earn a four–year degree there. The formal Bridge Program agreement was signed March 1 at Columbia College by Columbia College president Dr. Caroline Whitson and Midlands Technical College president Marshall (Sonny) White, Jr.

The agreement between the two colleges is designed to enhance the transfer of students from Midlands Technical College to Columbia College. This collaboration is intended to serve students by providing program support and services that facilitate the transfer process and prepare students desiring to matriculate at Columbia College.

To reinforce student engagement and support the transition from Midlands Technical College to the Columbia College, students will be offered the opportunity to participate in identified Columbia College programs and events while still in attendance at Midlands Technical College. These opportunities may include but are not limited to campus and cultural events, provided students meet the eligibility criteria for these programs.

For more information visit www.columbiasc.edu.

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