This article describes a unique partnership involving a community college and a university, in which students are jointly admitted, are eligible to enroll concurrently at both institutions, and may combine credits for financial aid eligibility. Since 1998, more than 5,000 students have been admitted to the program, with more than 1,000 graduating with baccalaureate degrees.
This article is a follow-up to an article that appeared in C&U in fall 2005 (Bontrager, Clemetsen, & Watts 2005) and to a presentation made at the 2007 AACRAO conference in Boston.
The following program models were recognized by NASPA in 2004 for their innovative and timely approaches to the practice of student affairs.
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