Rasmussen College Signs Articulation Agreement With Fox Valley Technical College To Increase Opportunities For Students
Agreement Provides Increased Education Opportunities for Fox Valley Technical College Students Interested in Completing Their Bachelor's Degrees
October 8, 2010
APPLETON, Wis., (October 8, 2010) – Rasmussen College in Appleton, WI has signed an articulation agreement with Fox Valley Technical College that will allow maximum transfer of credit for Associate’s degree students to begin Bachelor’s degree studies at Rasmussen College. By facilitating the seamless transition of students from Associate’s degree programs at Fox Valley Technical College to related Bachelor’s degree programs at Rasmussen College, the Appleton campus makes available new opportunities for the Fox Valley community and Fox Valley Technical College students.
Through the articulation agreement, all Associate’s degree program credits from Fox Valley Technical College will transfer toward related Bachelor’s degree programs at Rasmussen College. Rasmussen College will also offer a 10 percent tuition discount to all Fox Valley Technical College students who have completed their Associate’s degrees and enroll in related Bachelor’s degree programs through Rasmussen College within one year of graduation.
“We look forward to sharing with Fox Valley Technical College students the diverse Bachelor’s degree programs Rasmussen College offers and how those degrees apply to a variety of in-demand, growing industries,” Rasmussen College Appleton Campus Director Bill Panella said. “Our enhanced relationship with Fox Valley Technical College will provide new options for current students, making our Bachelor’s degree programs a natural, next step to expand their education and professional qualifications.”
Accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, Fox Valley Technical College serves residents from Calumet, Outagamie, Waupaca, Waushara, and Winnebago counties. Nearly 2,000 career-focused students graduate from the college each year. Fox Valley Technical College offers more than 200 Associate’s degrees, technical diplomas, certificate programs, and instruction programs, in addition to offering 18 exclusive programs within the Wisconsin Technical College System.
Founded in 1900 in Stillwater, Minn., Rasmussen College is also accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and serves more than 15,000 students nationwide through its network of 21 campuses and online degree programs. Rasmussen College, offers a wide range of Bachelor’s and Associate’s degrees online and on campus in business, technology and design, health care, education, justice studies, and nursing. Programs vary by campus location.
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