College Station, Texas – The Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine and Cisco Junior College of Cisco, Texas have signed an agreement to facilitate the admission and academic transfer of students from Cisco Junior College into the Biomedical Science Program at Texas A&M University’s College of Veterinary Medicine.
As Cisco Junior College students progress successfully toward the completion of the Associate of Arts degree, this agreement will ensure the seamless transition of students into the Biomedical Science program according to the following academic provisions and conditions. Cisco Junior College students must complete the course requirements as full time students, maintain a 3.60 grade point average in courses taken at Cisco Junior College and be eligible for their associate’s degrees. Additionally, students must not have made a grade below a “B” in any of their Common Body of Knowledge science and math coursework.
The agreement, signed by Dean H. Richard Adams from Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine and President Roger C. Schustereit of Cisco Junior College, will become effective for the Fall 2002 semester.
“Partnerships in education are one key to providing opportunities for our high achieving students,” Dean Adams said. “The College of Veterinary Medicine is pleased to join Cisco Junior College in offering this opportunity to students in the Cisco and Abilene area.”