Mount Wachusett Community College and Rivier University have established several new transfer opportunities for students interested in the fields of history, political science, nursing, criminal justice, and photography. The transfer agreements enable MWCC graduates in these programs to seamlessly transfer credits to Rivier to earn a bachelor’s degree. Beginning with the upcoming academic year, eligible students will be guaranteed admission as juniors to Rivier, located in Nashua, N.H.
“This new partnership with Rivier opens new opportunities for Mount Wachusett students to further their education,” said MWCC President Daniel M. Asquino. “We are pleased to partner with Rivier to expand academic options for students interested in careers in these fields. These transfer agreements are ideal for students interested in advancing their career opportunities through higher education.”
“We welcome transfer students from Mount Wachusett to the Rivier University community. This partnership will allow for a seamless pathway to a bachelor’s degree and beyond for graduates of Mount Wachusett,” said Sister Paula Marie Buley, IHM, President.
Students who continue at Rivier through the Transfer Articulation Program (TAP) are generally able to complete their remaining requirements for the bachelor’s degree in two years full-time, or four to six years of part-time study.
Students completing an associate degree in liberal arts with a concentration in history or political science with a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or higher can transfer into Rivier’s Bachelor of Arts in History or Political Science degree programs. An acceptance of up to 90 credits will be transferred from MWCC.
Licensed registered nurses who graduated from MWCC’s Associate of Science Nursing program with a minimum grade point average of 2.5 can transfer to complete a bachelor’s degree in nursing.
Graduates of MWCC’s Criminal Justice program and Criminal Justice Corrections track program with a grade point average of 2.0 can transfer into the bachelor’s degree program in Criminal Justice at Rivier.
Graduates of MWCC’s Broadcasting and Electronic Media degree program with a photography concentration and a minimum grade point average of 2.0 are eligible to transfer into Rivier’s Photography and Digital Media bachelor’s degree program.
For more information and academic advising assistance, contact MWCC Transfer Counselor Limari Rivera at 978-630-9197 or email@example.com.