College Signs Program Agreement with Holy Family University

by Alana J. Mauger

On Feb. 17, the College  entered into a program-to-program transfer agreement with Holy Family University. When the College’s students complete an Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in Fire Science or Emergency Management and Planning and meet Holy Family’s admissions criteria, they may transfer into the University’s Fire Science and Public Safety Administration bachelor’s degree program with junior status.

“We work hard to ensure that our students have opportunities for success—whether they come to us with a goal of transfer, or they come to us with a goal of getting an associate’s degree and going right into a career,” said Dr. Karen A. Stout, President. “More than 60 percent of our students enter the College each year with a goal of transfer, and we are pleased to afford graduates of our Fire Science and Emergency Management and Planning programs with the option of seamless transfer to an excellent institution like Holy Family University.”

“We are very pleased to enter into the dual admissions agreement with Montgomery County Community College,” said Dr. Jan W. Duggar, Holy Family’s Dean of the School of Business Administration. “The Holy Family University Fire Science and Safety Administration program continues a student’s progress toward a leadership and supervisory role in government and private industry. We are very proud of our graduates and the outstanding leadership and service they provide.”

The College has more than 40 program-to-program transfer agreements and 21 core-to-core transfer agreements with four-year institutions.

Holy Family has similar agreements with Bucks County Community College, Burlington County Community College, Community College of Philadelphia, and other two-year institutions.

Pictured at the signing are (seated, from left) Dr. Jan Duggar, Dean of the School of Business Administration, Holy Family; Dr. Victoria Bastecki-Perez, Interim Vice President of Academic Affairs and Provost; (standing) Brian Minster, Assistant Director of Academic Advising, Holy Family; Frank O'Neill, Counselor/Advisor; Benn Prybutok, Director of Criminal Justice, Fire Science and Emergency Management; Chief Thomas Garrity, Fire Science Coordinator, Holy Family; Dr. Aaron Shatzman, Dean of Social Sciences; Pete Cubbage, Counselor; and Tom Sullivan, Montgomery County Director of Public Safety. Photo by John Welsh

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s