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New credit transfer agreement for Chippewa Valley Technical College graduates

Posted on Jan 23, 2012
UW-Superior and Chippewa Valley Technical College sign agreement to ease credit transfer.

Graduates of Chippewa Valley Technical College will find it easier than ever to transfer their associate degree credits to the University of Wisconsin-Superior following a new agreement between the university and the college.

Under the agreement, students earning the Liberal Arts - Associate of Science Degree at CVTC campuses in Eau Claire, River Falls and Menominee can transfer their academic credits to UW-Superior and meet all of the university's general education degree requirements. That means CVTC graduates can more easily transfer all their courses to UW-Superior and enter the university as juniors.               

CVTC's program requires completion of part of the Associate of Science Degree through courses offered by a baccalaureate university. Students may complete the degree at CVTC by taking online courses from UW-Superior, providing flexibility with job or personal commitments.

"Working with CVTC, this agreement enables us to take another step in the University of Wisconsin System's Growth Agenda of producing more university graduates in Wisconsin," said Dr. Faith Hensrud, interim provost at UW-Superior. 

The agreement takes effect for students enrolling at UW-Superior beginning in January 2012.  CVTC students or graduates seeking more information can contact UW-Superior at 715-394-8230 or admissions@uwsuper.edu.

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