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Wake Technical Community College is next to join Fayetteville State’s Bronco Benefit Transfer Program

By Staff Report, posted 1 month ago
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Fayetteville State University and Wake Technical Community College signed the Bronco Benefit partnership agreement to guarantee transfer admissions for qualified students on Monday, April 22.

“The addition of Wake Tech in the Bronco Benefit program tremendously elevates student’s access to completing a bachelor’s degree program by making transferring to FSU seamless and appealing,” said FSU Chancellor Darrell T. Allison in a press release. “We want students to continue their education with us and receive a high-quality, affordable education while minimizing the time it takes them to graduate.”

FSU aims to remove barriers and provide a smooth transfer process. As a part of the Bronco Benefit agreement application fees are also waived for transfer students, and Wake Tech students with a 3.0 GPA or higher are eligible for the Bronco Bridge scholarship when enrolling as a full-time student. Students graduating with associate degrees in approved transfer degree programs and meet the university’s transfer admissions requirements gain a direct-entry pathway to FSU. 

“At Wake Tech, we celebrate the power of partnerships, and the incredible range of options they open up for our students. This agreement with FSU will provide exciting possibilities for Wake Tech degree students who want to continue their education at the bachelor’s level – and beyond,” said Wake Tech President, Scott Ralls, Ph.D., in a press release. 

After students complete 30 credit hours, the Office of Adult Learners, Transfer and Military Students at FSU coordinates support while students conclude their associate degree program to best align courses for transfer credits.

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