Coppin State University is in the process of continuously creating guaranteed admission agreements and articulation agreements with two-year institutions. These agreements offer students the opportunity to earn an Associate's degree at a two-year school, and earn a Bachelor's degree at Coppin State University with an additional two or more years of study. As new agreements are completed, they will be linked to this page. Check the agreement for your institution to determine eligibility.
What is a guaranteed admission agreement?
A Guaranteed Admission Agreement is an arrangement between a two-year institution (community college) and a four-year institution to provide a clear plan of transfer for academically successful students. These agreements are also known as 2+2 agreements, as it is intended that the student will complete two years at a community college and two years at a four-year institution, and earn a Bachelor's degree. Students who meet the qualifications for admission at Coppin State University and who adhere to the requirements of the agreement will essentially be "guaranteed" admission as a student with Junior standing.
What is an articulation agreement?
An Articulation Agreement is an officially approved agreement between two institutions, which allows a student to apply credits earned in specific programs at one institution toward advanced standing, entry or transfer into a specific program at the other institution.
An Articulation Agreement can have several advantages for the student. It matches coursework between schools and so helps students make a smooth transition from one institution to another by minimizing duplication of coursework. If a community college has an Articulation Agreement with a four-year institution, the student will know that if he takes the appropriate courses at the community college then those courses will transfer for credit at the four year college.
Signed Guaranteed Admissions Agreements
Signed Articulation Agreements
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