BRONXVILLE, N.Y. -- An articulation ceremony was held this week by Westchester Community College (WCC) and Concordia College to celebrate renewed and strengthened articulation agreements between the two schools.
Belinda Miles, president of WCC, and Viji George, president of Concordia, were in attendance along with other officials from both institutions.
Miles spoke of the importance of WCC students leaving with credentials that allow them to transfer to Concordia as juniors and thanked the teams at both institutions for their hard work in creating the impressive articulated student pathways.
George spoke of the importance of the long-term partnership between the two schools and the natural fit for WCC students to transfer to Concordia given the diversity of the student body and Concordia’s location near the WCC campus. Westchester Community College has long been the top source for transfer students at Concordia.
Through the new and enhanced articulation agreements, students can see clearly what is necessary to transfer to Concordia and be accepted as an entering junior. Concordia College also provides need-based aid for qualified students.
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