Dr. J. Thomas Isherwood, Reinhardt president, looks on as Dr. Renva Watterson, Georgia Highlands College interim president, signs the articulation agreement between the two institutions.
It just got much easier for college students to take their education to the next level after earning an associate’s degree. Reinhardt University and Georgia Highlands College recently signed an articulation agreement to allow just that. Students who have completed their Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree from GHC and want to continue on to earn their bachelor’s degree from Reinhardt can now seamlessly transfer to the University upon meeting admissions standards for transferring and the specific requirements for the student’s selected major.
“The articulation agreement between Georgia Highlands College and Reinhardt University ensures students a smooth transfer to baccalaureate and graduate degree programs,” said Dr. J. Thomas Isherwood, president. “It gives the two institutions the opportunity to build together for the future.”
Under the articulation agreement with GHC, Reinhardt will accept the GHC student’s earned core curriculum requirements fulfilled with several exceptions, but not limited to: a C grade or better in English 101 and 102 or 103 or Communication 103 or Sciences 103, satisfying all Reinhardt admission requirements and policies, and, on a case-by-case basis, meeting additional core curriculum requirements for Professional Standards Commission-approved programs or other individual programs.
For further details about Reinhardt’s admission process, contact the Office of Admission at 770-720-5526 (Waleska) or 770-720-5922 (Alpharetta).
Since 1970, Georgia Highlands College has served the citizens of Northwest Georgia and Northeast Alabama. Founded as Floyd Junior College, it now serves more than 5,700 students in the region. It became a limited-mission, four-year state college in May 2011.
GHC has added other teaching sites over the years, and now provides instruction at the founding campus in Floyd County; Heritage Hall in downtown Rome, which houses health sciences; the Cartersville campus, which is constructing a student center for completion in 2012; a site in Marietta on the campus of Southern Polytechnic State University; a campus in Paulding County, on the square in Dallas; and an instructional site in Douglas on Stewart Parkway in Douglasville. To maximize convenience, Georgia Highlands has also expanded its offerings of online, DVD and hybrid courses.
For more information, visit www.highlands.edu
Founded in 1883, Reinhardt University is focused on shaping lives and building futures. As a private comprehensive university affiliated with the United Methodist Church, Reinhardt offers 40 graduate and undergraduate programs, ranging from business and education to music and theater.
Reinhardt has two locations- a residential campus in Cherokee County in Waleska, Ga., and a center focused on adults in Alpharetta, Ga., and it offers selected programs in Cartersville, Marietta, and Woodstock, Ga. Additional attractions on the Waleska campus include the Falany Performing Arts Center and the Funk Heritage Center.
For more information, please contact Reinhardt at 770-720-5526 or 1-87-REINHARDT or see the University website at www.reinhardt.edu
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