Grambling State University Signs Agreement With Bossier Parish Community College

Historically Black Grambling State University in Louisiana has entered into an agreement with Bossier Parish Community College in Louisiana that will offer faculty and staff at the community college opportunities to continue their education at Grambling State.

Under the agreement, full-time faculty and staff at BPCC will be allowed to enroll at Grambling State University for undergraduate or graduate courses at a reduced rate. They will be able to register for up to six hours per semester at a reduced rate of $25 per credit hour, not to exceed $75 for any three credit hour undergraduate course and for up to six hours per semester at a reduced rate of $50, not to exceed $150 for any three credit hour graduate course.

“Bossier Parish Community College and Grambling State University share a common vision of innovation and collaboration, which ultimately leads to enhanced educational services for our region. We are so grateful to be able to offer our faculty and staff this opportunity to further their education with such an outstanding leader in higher education at a reduced cost,” said Rick Bateman Jr., chancellor of Bossier Parish Community College.

Grambling State President Rick Gallot added that “Grambling State welcomes the opportunity to work with the outstanding faculty and staff at BPCC who seek to enhance their education. The commitment to continued growth and knowledge signifies the culture of excellence that exists there.”

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