Washington State Community College and UC Enter Articulation Agreement

Washington State Community College and University of Cincinnati Enter Articulation Agreement for Social Work Online Degree Program

The agreement allows those with an associate degree in the Associate of Applied Science, Social Services Technology program to enter the University of Cincinnati Social Work online bachelor’s degree completion program quickly and with all credits accepted for transfer.

Cincinnati, Ohio: January 30, 2023 – University of Cincinnati (UC) and Washington State Community College (WSCC) are pleased to announce an articulation agreement. The agreement allows students to complete two years of study at WSCC. The WSCC credits will transfer to University of Cincinnati’s online Bachelor of Social Work program for the third and fourth year of study.

“This finalized agreement reflects the University of Cincinnati’s commitment and partnership with Washington State Community College, to ensure students in WSCC’s Associates of Arts / Social Service Transfer program are able to maximize the benefit of their hard academic work to fulfill their continued educational goal of achieving a Bachelor of Social Work degree,” said Dr. Wayne Kinney, Program Director at UC. “We are very excited to be a part of these learners’ continued educational journeys and feel confident learners will find UC a very welcoming community ready to support them every step of the way. One of our Success Coordinators is waiting to get started helping you, and I am super excited to meet each of you. Next starts Here!”

The new agreement allows Washington State Community College to help students complete their bachelor’s degree at the University of Cincinnati without compromising work and family commitments. Students will have a seamless transfer process and are given a clear path to degree completion.

“Washington State Community College is committed to creating pathways of opportunity for all students who wish to earn their Associates degree as well as those interested in transferring on to earn their Bachelor’s degree,” said Dr. Jona Rinard, Dean of Transfer & Public Services at WSCC. “The partnership created with the University of Cincinnati highlights the exact goal and commitment we have for helping our students succeed. Partnerships like this allow for students to balance the requirements of family as well as achieving their educational goals.  Identifying the easy transition and pathway for students helps them feel supported as well as understand their road to success. Together Washington State Community College and the University of Cincinnati can make those dreams possible and affordable.”

For more information on the agreement and the Social Work bachelor’s degree completion program, please visit https://online.uc.edu/undergraduate-degrees/bsw-social-work/

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