University of Arkansas to Boost Graduate Opportunities for Students at South Carolina State University

The Honors College at South Carolina State University in Orangeburg has entered into an agreement with the University of Arkansas to provide more opportunities for graduate education for students who earn bachelor’s degrees at South Carolina State.

Under the agreement, efforts will be undertaken to identify students at South Carolina State who would succeed in graduate or professional programs at the University of Arkansas. Undergraduate students at South Carolina State will be offered internships with faculty members at the University of Arkansas. And South Carolina State University students will be helped with the application process for University of Arkansas graduate programs.

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