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Building Bridges, Creating Pathways

CEI-ISU partnership creates new options for local scholars

Published online: Nov 26, 2018 Articles, Education And Arts
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With the passage of the Community College vote last year, Bonneville County residents now have more educational opportunities than ever. There are new and exciting developments progressing with the growing partnership of Idaho State University (ISU) and the newly formed College of Eastern Idaho (CEI). A significant product of this collaboration is the development of articulation agreements between the two institutions.

Six new articulation agreements have been signed for the 2018-2019 academic year, with dozens more in progress. Since January, both institutions have strengthened their relationship through the development of the 2+2 agreements. The agreements are so named because the goal is for students to spend two years completing either an Associate of Arts (AA) degree or an Associate of Science (AS) degree at CEI, and then spend two years completing their bachelor degrees at ISU.

Students who are interested in learning more about the 2+2 program, and which majors are currently being offered should contact either Danielle Stimpson at danielle.stimpson@cei.edu or myself at winmmich@isu.edu.

Read the full article in our November 2018 issue.

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