Central Texas College (CTC) and Angelo State University (ASU) sealed a partnership today that will ease the transition from a CTC associate’s degree to a bachelor’s degree program through ASU. CTC Chancellor Dr. Thomas Klincar and ASU President Dr. Joseph Rallo, formally signed an “articulation agreement” during the College Fair held at the Fort Hood Community Events Center. The agreement guarantees transferability of CTC courses to ASU in San Angelo, TX for students majoring in criminal justice, homeland security and related security studies.
For CTC students, this guarantees transfer of earned credits in their associate program to their chosen bachelor program at ASU so they can enter the four-year school as a junior. “We are truly excited to embark upon this journey with Angelo State University,” stated Klincar. “This signing is another step for us providing top quality educational opportunities for both our military students and non-service students,” noted Klincar. “Whether physically relocating to San Angelo or taking advantage of their distance learning programs, CTC students can now enroll at ASU without worrying about the transfer of credit hours.”
Part of the Texas Tech University system, ASU opened its doors in 1928. It is located in the West Texas city of San Angelo on 268 acres. The school offers more than 100 majors and concentrations leading to 42 undergraduate degrees and 25 master’s degree plans and one doctoral degree.
Founded more than 40 years ago, CTC is a public, open-admission community college offering associate degrees and certificate programs in academic, professional and vocational/technical fields. With its main campus in Killeen and more than 150 other locations around the world, CTC serves 70,000-plus students on military installations, in correctional facilities, in embassies and on ships at sea. Information about CTC can be obtained online at http://www.ctcd.edu.