North Carolina A&T Teams Up With Vance-Granville Community College

ncatsuNorth Carolina A&T State University, the historically Black educational institution in Greensboro, has entered into a partnership agreement with Vance-Granville Community College in Henderson, North Carolina. Under the agreement, graduates of Vance-Granville Community College who have achieved an associate’s degree in nursing can transfer into the four-year nursing degree program at North Carolina A&T State University. Under the new program, students would be able to conduct much of their coursework online and spend one day per week on the Greensboro campus.

The two-year Vance-Granville Community College enrolls about 4,300 students. About 40 percent of the students are African Americans and nearly two thirds are women.

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