Dominican College and Mercer Community College in West Windsor and Trenton, NJ have entered into an articulation agreement that will benefit transfer students and the institutions involved.
Mercer County Community College students who graduate with an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice, Liberal Arts with a Social Science concentration, Liberal Arts with a Humanities concentration, or Business Management and who have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 will be granted “junior” or upper-level status at Dominican College.
Each transferring student will be assigned a program faculty advisor, who will assist the student in charting a comprehensive academic program plan – allowing for graduation in the shortest time possible, usually two years of full-time study or its part-time equivalent.
“Dominican College and Mercer Community College share the tenets of excellence, leadership, and service. Both institutions are committed to providing a high-quality education that challenges students and provides them the opportunity to gain critical thinking skills. Both institutions provide a caring, creative, and engaged faculty and staff with a student-centered focus. And both institutions strongly support the civic life of students and service to the community as part of a solid preparation for fully engaged lives. We all look forward to welcoming Mercer Community College students into the Dominican College family”, said Erin deWard, spokesperson for Dominican College.