Dual credit programs help to spur affordability for students
- Angelo State University is working to expedite college completion and professional development with dual credit programs in 14 local high schools.
- ASU President May says the partnerships help to meet growing regional professional needs in healthcare and physical therapy.
- The partnerships accompany articulation agreements with local community colleges in engineering.
Angelo State is pairing its academic offerings with the needs of its surrounding region, a growing philosophy among colleges and universities nationwide seeking to build stronger professional pathways for students. Smaller state institutions and liberal arts-focused private institutions can use the same strategies to make themselves industrially indispensable and more attractive to students with a growing number of college options.
- Standard-Times Dual credit benefits students and colleges