Salem Announces Articulation Agreement with Community Colleges
Salem College has entered into an articulation agreement with the North Carolina Community College System that will benefit both transfer students and the institutions involved.
The announcement was made by Dr. Ann McElaney-Johnson, vice president of academic and student affairs and dean of the College.
The agreement allows eligible students graduating with an A.A. or A.S. degree from a North Carolina community college to enter Salem College as juniors, having satisfied their general-education core requirements. The articulation agreement, which goes into effect this fall, applies to both the traditional-aged female student transferring to Salem College, and to the men and women ages 23 and up who transfer into Salem’s Fleer Center for Adult Education.
“We are delighted to forge even stronger bonds with our state’s community college system with this agreement,” says Dean McElaney-Johnson. “It not only acknowledges the strong educational background that these transfer students bring with them to Salem, but it also strengthens our relationship with the community colleges.”
“This agreement has been a priority for our institution since President Susan Pauly arrived three years ago, and it is thanks to her vision that we’re able to now make the transfer process so much easier,” she adds.
Interested applicants may contact undergraduate admissions (336-721-2621) or the Fleer Center for Adult Studies admissions office (336-721-2669) for more details.