So what does that mean to you? In practical terms, it means that you can take your first two years at a community college, earning an Associate's degree. If you have followed an articulation agreement, then those hours will transfer seamlessly to ETSU. You will enter your major as a junior without loss of credits and with no courses to duplicate at ETSU. You will be well on your way toward earning that Bachelor's degree. We feel that articulation is linked to recruitment, retention, student satisfaction and graduation rates. Students and parents like to have educational plans and assurances that classes will transfer. Articulation is the simplest way to do that. Please feel free to contact us at email@example.com or by phone at (423) 439-4723.
This web site is designed for you - the student, community college partners, articulation officers, faculty, advisors, administrators - anyone concerned about articulation.
New TN Transfer Pathways for ETSU: Transfer students find your transfer pathway by program or by your campus by visiting the TN Transfer Pathway website!
*Please note: Students following a TN Transfer Pathway must check ETSU's Catalog for any additional degree requirements. http://www.tntransferpathway.org/transfer-admission-guarantee
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Please see "Transferring to ETSU" for more information on admissions, course transfer equivalencies, and transfer student services. Also, check out the Transfer Guide for a consolidated list of links to help the transfer student.