The Preferred Pathway Program represents a landmark collaboration between Columbus State Community College and The Ohio State University, providing a guaranteed, guided route to an Ohio State baccalaureate degree for program participants.
Participating students pursue curricular "pathways" designed jointly by faculty from both campuses. Benefits for participants include:
- joint academic advising coordinated by advisors on both campuses
- an enhanced orientation to Ohio State
- early participation in Ohio State's First Year Experience and other transition programs
Preferred Pathway Program
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Ohio State, Columbus State partnership will increase access to bachelor's degree
A new Ohio State collaboration with Columbus State Community College will facilitate the transition of Columbus state students into the Ohio State experience and then foster the success of those students. Set to launch in autumn, 2011, the Preferred Pathway program is being announced today by President Gee and Columbus State President David Harrison. The new program will provide qualified Columbus State students with a guided route to an Ohio State baccalaureate degree.
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