By Toni Stauffer
Chattahoochee Valley Community College is excited to partner with Alabama State University to help students easily graduate from one institution to the next as they pursue higher education.
“Our goal is to set students up for success,” CVCC president Jackie Screws said. “We not only want students to do well here at CVCC by taking advantage of our state-of-the-art programs, we want to help those who desire to pursue a bachelor’s degree, or beyond, experience a smooth transition into their next level of success.”
On April 4, Alabama State President Quinton T. Ross, Jr. and Screws held a press conference at CVCC where they signed an important Memorandum of Understanding. The agreement not only greatly benefit CVCC’s student body, but it will also help ASU’s enrollment.
“Both of these institutions are great institutions dedicated to student success,” Ross said. “And what we want to do…is to make sure that success is seamless for the individuals who attend Chattahoochee Valley Community College and come to Alabama State University to complete their higher education degree.”
President Ross has been on a bus tour under the theme of “Moving ASU Forward with Hornet Pride.” For a full schedule of the tour, visit www.alasu.edu/asu-presidents-tour-2019.