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articulation agreements

An articulation agreement is a formal document produced when two or more academic institutions of higher education follow a process leading to a partnership to provide a formalized pathway for students to transfer from their former institution to Thomas More University.

Articulation agreements are designed to build strong partnerships and coordination between schools to aid in a smooth transition for students. By identifying comparable coursework, degree requirements can be met at one institution and transferred to another institution.

Thomas More University has articulation agreements with several institutions.  If your institution does not have an articulation agreement, you can still transfer to Thomas More University.

Articulation Agreements are at the discretion of the institution and are subject to change.

Articulation agreements have been made with the following institutions

  • Catholic University of St. Teresa of Avila (Spain)
  • Gateway Community and Technical College
  • Mary Immaculate College (Ireland)

  • Northern Kentucky Chase School of Law
  • Schiller International University
  • St. Elizabeth Medical Center’s School of Medical Technology

  • Universidad Del Sagrado Corazon (Puerto Rico)
  • Universite d’Angers (France)
  • University of Cincinnati

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For more information regarding articulation agreements, please contact the Office of the Registrar