WKU, Ivy Tech Community College sign joint admissions agreement

Herald Staff

WKU has signed another joint admissions agreement, according to a post on WKU News.

The agreement with Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana was announced and signed Tuesday in Evansville, Ind. Under the agreement, students who complete a two-year degree can enroll at WKU to get a bachelor’s degree.

This agreement paves the way for better advising for Ivy Tech students and an easier transition to the last two years required to complete a bachelor’s degree,” President Gary Ransdell said in the post. “We look forward to facilitating a larger number of Ivy Tech transfers to WKU to finish bachelor’s degrees and meet the needs of employers across our region of Kentucky and Southern Indiana.”

This is the ninth joint admissions agreement for WKU and the second out of Kentucky, according to the news release. There are 645 students currently jointly admitted with WKU through the other joint admissions agreements.