Thomas More, Gateway partner for dual enrollment program

Students can transfer course work between schools

CRESTVIEW HILLS, Ky. (Jan. 29, 2015) — Gateway Community & Technical College and Thomas More College are partnering for Kentucky’s first public two-year/private four-year dual enrollment program.

educationindexGateway2TMC will provide “2+2” pathways, which means students can earn an associate degree at Gateway, then transfer to Thomas More College to complete a bachelor’s. Additionally, a “1+3” option allows a student to complete a year of general education requirements at Gateway before transferring to Thomas More to complete their major coursework. Students on the 1+3 plan have the opportunity to earn their associate degrees through reverse transfer. Students have the opportunity to take up to four Thomas More classes at Gateway’s tuition rate while pursuing their associate degree. Students are eligible to take a class at TMC once they’ve earned 15 credit hours at Gateway.

Programs offered through this partnership include accountancy, business, computer information systems, criminal justice, education, and RN-to-BSN with more pathways to come in the future. Gateway students in this program will be able to utilize academic resources, join student organizations, attend sporting events and engage more thoroughly in the Thomas More experience.

Gateway students must have a minimum 2.0 GPA and be enrolled at least half-time to apply. Scholarship opportunities are available. Application deadlines for Gateway2TMC are August 1 (Fall), December 1 (Spring), and May 1 (Summer).

For additional information about the program, please visit thomasmore.edu/Gateway2TMC – or contact Ashley Warning at Thomas More (859) 344-3517 or [email protected] or Mike Rosenberg at Gateway (859) 815-7681 or [email protected]

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