Bellevue University, which partners with Mohawk Valley Community College to provide flexible options for students to obtain a bachelor’s degree after earning an MVCC degree, is holding several virtual information sessions for potential students to learn about how their programs are structured, transferring credits, financial aid, and two of their Connected Learning degree programs. All sessions are free and will be held via Zoom. No registration is required, but those who register for the Connected Learning sessions will be entered into a prize drawing.
- March 18, 12:30-12:45 p.m.: Cohort vs. Traditional Format
- April 8, 12:30-12:45 p.m.: Transfer Credits and Application Steps
- April 15, 5:30-6 p.m.: Connected Learning Business Degree Program
- April 22, 12:30-12:45 p.m.: Financial Aid Information
- April 22, 5:30-6 p.m.: Connected Learning Behavioral Science Degree Program
Connected Learning programs offer students the ability to earn their degree virtually with the conveniences of in-class learning, including weekly real-time classes, digital white boards, and private break-out rooms. Sessions will feature the program overview; remarks from the Bellevue University Program Director; a message from another partner school, Community College of Allegheny County in Pennsylvania; and insight from current students. Both programs follow an accelerated cohort model similar to MVCC’s Adult Degree Programs.
To join any of the sessions, go to https://bellevue.zoom.us/j/3457087261. For more information, contact Bellevue University Relationship Manager at MVCC Georgia Pham at firstname.lastname@example.org, 315-731-5848, or by visiting https://transfer.bellevue.edu/ccmv.
Bellevue University and MVCC have been partners since 2015, allowing MVCC students to complete an associate degree and a Bellevue University bachelor’s degree at MVCC, with all the support services MVCC provides.
Founded in 1966, Bellevue University’s mission is to make education possible for students who seek flexibility, affordability, and the real-world knowledge and skills that will prepare them for career success. The MVCC partnership is one of more than 48 community college partnerships Bellevue University (bellevue.edu) maintains in the United States. MVCC has more than 150 articulation and transfer agreements with colleges and universities across the country, and is expanding the number of partnerships such as this one, where students can attain an entire four-year degree by starting with an MVCC associate degree, and then completing the four-year degree with a partner institution on MVCC’s campus.