Articulation with Berkshire Community College
- The joint admission program is intended to facilitate the transfer of eligible participating students from Berkshire Community College to Elms College upon completion of their associate's degree programs at BCC and satisfaction of other applicable conditions required under the joint admission program. Students must earn a minimum 2.5 cumulative grade point average and the associate's degree in a program accepted by Elms College. Students who fulfill the requirements for joint admission at BCC are eligible for junior status at Elms College. Grades below "C" are not transferable unless approved by petition. Students seeking joint admission into specialized programs, including but not limited to communication sciences and disorders or education, must satisfy all program requirements and earn the minimum cumulative grade point average established for those programs. This agreement excludes the following degree programs at Elms College: nursing.
- Berkshire Community College students who have completed a minimum of 60 semester hours and the associate of science degree in human services with a minimum grade point average of 2.5 will be automatically granted admission to Elms College with junior status into the bachelor of science in social work program.
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