The University of Wisconsin System and

the Wisconsin Technical College System

have signed an agreement that’ll

allow students to transfer core

credits between the two systems.

The “Universal Transfer Agreement”

identifies a series of core general

education courses, and allows U-W and

technical college students to transfer

the credits from those courses. It also

assures the credits will satisfy general

education or general degree requirements

at the receiving institution. The agreement

is good for up to 48 core credits. It takes

effect July 1st, and for the 2014-2015

academic year. It’ll be renewed every

year. It was signed by UW System

President Ray Cross and Wisconsin

Technical College System President

Morna Foy last Friday (6/6).

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