Loyola at a Glance
Loyola approves articulation agreement with Delgado
March 5, 2010
The Loyola University New Orleans Office of Professional and Continuing Studies has re-signed a formal articulation agreement with Delgado Community College to provide a smooth transition for Delgado students who want to complete bachelor’s degrees at Loyola.
The agreement matches the coursework between schools, identifying specific Delgado courses that would meet Loyola requirements for students enrolling in Loyola’s evening bachelor’s degree programs in criminal justice, humanities, nursing and social science. The agreement is designed to maximize the use of credits for students transferring from a two-year institution to Loyola.
Loyola and Delgado administrators have collaborated since 1987 on a course-by-course transfer guide, and they signed the first articulation agreement in 2004. Each year, the Delgado course catalog is reviewed, and administrators do a comprehensive analysis of the agreement every four years.
For more information on the agreement, contact Melissa Landry, assistant director of Professional and Continuing Studies at 504-865-3530 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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