Bronco Benefit Community College Student Transfer Program Adds Bladen Community College

Date: April 08, 2024

Dublin, N.C. – Fayetteville State University and Bladen Community College (BCC) agrees to Bronco Benefit partnership guaranteeing transfer admissions for qualified students on Monday, April 8.

“We are creating opportunities for students in our surrounding counties to further their academic ambitions by making transferring to FSU easy and attractive,” said Pamela Baldwin, Ed.D, associate vice chancellor for student success and enrollment management. “We want students to come to FSU to continue their education and provide them the tools to minimize their time to graduate with a bachelor’s degree.”

The Bronco Benefit program creates a supportive and seamless process for students to successfully transfer to FSU from partnering institutions. Students graduating with associate degrees in approved transfer degree programs and meets FSU’s transfer admissions requirements gain a direct-entry pathway to FSU.

BCC President Amanda Lee, FSU Associate Vice Chancellor, and BCC Board of Trustee shake hands

“Our hope is this unique opportunity and close proximity provides our students and community an opening to continue their education without completely disrupting their lives,” said BCC President Amanda Lee, Ph.D. “We are grateful for this partnership and look forward to the positive impacts on Bladen students and residents.”

The Office of Adult Learners, Transfer and Military Students at FSU will provide support for students transferring from BCC. The office assists with advisement, financial aid and other academic support services.

Like the long-standing partnership with Fayetteville Technical Community College, FSU aims to remove barriers and provide a smooth transfer process. As a part of the Bronco Benefit agreement application fees are also waived for transfer students, and BCC students with a 3.0 GPA or higher are scholarship eligible when enrolling as a full-time student.

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