GRAND ISLAND, NE — Two central Nebraska institutions are operating with each other to make the path to a bachelor’s diploma extra seamless.

Central Group School and the College of Nebraska-Kearney announced a new business enterprise pathway software on Monday. CCC President Dr. Matt Gotschall says the application assures collaborating students’ credits will transfer, making sure their time and income is not lost. 

“Now that this agreement’s in area, we’ll have even additional college students be able to go suitable into the bachelor’s without having obtaining to go back again and worry about repeating a course that they perhaps have presently experienced with us,” Gotschall claimed.

The pathway enables business administration or tutorial transfer pupils to acquire 60 credit hrs at CCC, then transfer to UNK to full the remaining 60 credit several hours required for a bachelor’s degree.

UNK Chancellor Doug Kristensen says the pathway was born by thinking from the student’s viewpoint.

“(We began) to develop programming and a course of action that is quite effortless to navigate,” Kristensen mentioned. “You commence listed here and it transitions around to UNK and matters are actually, as we have said so quite a few times, they are seamless.”

Gotschall claims UNK is a sensible partner for pathway programs because 42 p.c of CCC educational transfers turn out to be Lopers.

“So it just makes sense that we keep on to build additional pathways in buy to get them (to UNK) and retain them in central Nebraska,” Gotschall reported.

Kristensen claims he thinks this just the begin of more pathway applications for UNK.