NEW PROGRAM BRINGS FOUR-YEAR DEGREES TO COMMUNITY COLLEGE CAMPUSES
2+2 signing ceremony launches historic partnership
Posted: March 28, 2008
WHAT: Signing ceremony to launch a historic 2+2 partnership between Metropolitan State College of Denver and the Colorado Community College System.
WHY: The Metro State 2+2 degree program combines the convenience of community college with the resources of a large urban four-year college. This partnership allows community college students to earn an associate’s degree and then complete a Metro State bachelor’s degree in selected programs, while physically remaining at their community college. Front Range Community College-Westminster campus is already participating; Community College of Aurora will begin in fall 2008.
WHEN: Thursday, April 3, 2008 • 11 a.m.
WHO: Karen Reinertson, FRCC President
Dr. Nancy McCallin, CCCS President
Dr. Linda Bowman, CCA President
Dr. Stephen Jordan, Metro State President
WHERE: Front Range Community College
College Hill Library (west end of the building)
3705 West 112th Ave.
Westminster, CO 80031
For more information about the program, visit http://www.mscd.edu/twoplustwo.
For more information about the ceremony contact Angelia McGowan at 303-556-5133 or Rhonda Bentz at 303-916-0502.