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Tarrant County College and Texas Christian University chancellors have signed an articulation agreement to facilitate the transfer of TCC graduates to TCU.

“We are here today to establish a formal agreement that provides a clear pathway and eliminates the guess work for students as they prepare to transfer from Tarrant County College to Texas Christian University,” said TCC Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley at the Monday signing.

“It has been evident from the very beginning of this initiative that everyone wants to do what is best for our students. This formal partnership will certainly contribute to their success as they continue to pursue their educational goals,” Hadley said at the TCU ceremony.

Since 2000, almost 1,800 students from TCC have transferred to TCU.

“I am delighted to sign this agreement that strengthens an enduring relationship between TCC and TCU,” said TCU Chancellor Victor J. Boschini Jr.

“Graduates from TCC are often leaders on the TCU campus in groups such as transfer mentors, which support students entering a new academic environment. We look forward to providing an easier transition in the future,” Boschini said.

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