Kent State University
Cuyahoga Community College and Kent State University (KSU) have created special agreements to help you earn Bachelor's degree. Work with a counselor at both institutions to earn your Associate degree and then transfer seamlessly to complete your Bachelor's degree.
In response to COVID-19:
- KSU is offering alternative options for prospective students to learn about KSU including Facebook Live sessions.
Degree Completion Master Agreement for Transfer Pathways
Tri-C Degree: Associate
KSU Degree: Bachelor's, depends on major
This is a master legal articulation agreement for Associate degree completion by which transfer pathways for Bachelor's degree completion are jointly created and approved by both Tri-C and KSU as they are developed. Transfer pathways will be valid for the duration of the agreement.
American Sign Language/English Interpreting
Tri-C Degree: Associate of Applied Science in Deaf Interpretive Services
KSU Degree: Bachelor of Science in American Sign Language/English Interpreting
Tri-C Degree: Associate of Applied Science in Construction Engineering Technology
KSU Degree: Bachelor of Science in Construction Management
Tri-C Degree: Associate Degree or credit hour equivalent (60 semester hours) with minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5 and enrollment in Honors Program and the completion of one designated Honors course
KSU: Eligibility to participate in Honors College programs
Ohio Guaranteed Transfer Pathways
KSU is one of 13 Ohio public universities who have partnered with all of the Ohio public community colleges to simplify the transfer of credit from school to school through the development of the Ohio Guaranteed Transfer Pathways (OGTP). The OGTP enable students to streamline credit transfer among the state's public institutions of higher education to find the best pathways to degree completion and launch successful careers. Please click the Tri-C OGTP button below to find your program.
Online Degree Programs
Kent State University offers a number of online degree programs enabling flexibility and options for students.