Xavier University Signs Transfer Agreement for Community College Students

xavierlaXavier University of Louisiana has entered into a partnership with Delgado Community College that provides a pathway for students to transfer from Delgado to bachelor’s degree programs in business at Xavier. Under the agreement, students who successfully complete the associate’s degree program in business administration at Delgado Community College can transfer to Xavier as juniors and complete advanced courses leading to a bachelor’s degree.

Dr. Norman C. Francis, president of Xavier University, stated, “The advantage of this new initiative is that it gives students a clear, designated path to complete the requirement for both an associate’s degree and a full bachelor’s degree. Delgado students with a desire to attend Xavier will know exactly what courses to take and what will transfer toward their Xavier degree from the very start.”

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