Colleges Offering Degree Up Program

Stu­dents with an associate’s degree from Terra State or North­west State com­mu­nity col­leges will have a new, more flex­i­ble option to achieve a bachelor’s degree, and pos­si­bly earn cred­its toward a master’s degree, thanks to part­ner­ship agree­ments announced with Herz­ing Uni­ver­sity, which has a cam­pus in Toledo. The new Degree Up pro­gram pro­vides a student-centered, afford­able edu­ca­tional oppor­tu­nity for Terra State and North­west State stu­dents. Degree Up stu­dents can start, stay and fin­ish their bachelor’s degree from Herz­ing Uni­ver­sity while remain­ing at Terra State or North­west State com­mu­nity col­leges. The end result is a bachelor’s degree from Herz­ing Uni­ver­sity in as lit­tle as four years at a frac­tion of the price.
Terra State and North­west State are both accred­ited two-year, state-assisted insti­tu­tions of higher edu­ca­tion offer­ing asso­ciate degrees, cer­tifi­cates and trans­fer course options. Terra State, located in Fre­mont, is cur­rently home to more than 2,600 stu­dents. North­west State, located in Arch­bold, is serv­ing over 3,400 students.

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