Neosho, Baker partner on transfers
By The Herald Staff | 10/19/2012
BALDWIN CITY — Baker University and Neosho County Community College have partnered on an agreement that would assist students who want to transfer their credit hours to Baker to continue their education, according to a Baker news release.
The agreement pertains to students who earn an associate of arts or associate of science degree at Neosho County, which has campuses in Chanute and Ottawa. Only classes with a minimum of a “C” can transfer, according to the agreement, and courses must be college level. Neosho students with a cumulative grade-point average of 2.6 or higher automatically qualify for an academic scholarship to Baker, the news release said.
Baker is a four-year liberal arts university in Baldwin City.