Articulation Agreements Sinclair

Wright State is in the process of modifying articulation agreements and transfer guides in Ohio Guaranteed Transfer Pathways. Please contact your advisor if you have any questions about your transfer plan. It is important to work with your advisor at Sinclair. Let them know that you are in the partnership program with Wright State, that you are considering using a articulation agreement and that you intend to transfer to Wright State. They will help you develop an academic plan that will help you plan your courses for your transfer program. A Wright State Councillor will also contact you to assist you in your transition. You should meet regularly with your State Councillors Sinclair and Wright to make sure you are on the right track. This is the most important part of the partnership program. Staying on track while you graduate is the key to your academic success. After an articulation agreement or equivalency guide for your major, maximize your transfer credits. Ask your academic advisor to help you create an individualized pathway or check out the articulation agreements (transfers) available in several areas of study.

Sinclair College offers more than 250 degrees and certification programs, as well as technical and specialized fields. Over the past four years, more than 15,000 students have received their registration information from Sinclair. Sinclair has its main branch in downtown Dayton as well as regional centres in Englewood, Huber Heights, Mason and Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Sinclair transfer contracts with Wright State in 56 different study areas and other agreements with any public university in Ohio. From spring 2017 to spring 2019, approximately 950 students moved from Sinclair to Wright State. Founded in 1887, Sinclair plays basketball, volleyball, softball and other sports. For more information about the university, visit sinclair.edu. Wright State is working with the Ohio Department of Education to create additional access agreements for a large number of majors. If the program you`re interested in isn`t listed below, check how to add paths as soon as they`re available. Information on OGTP paths will serve as a guide. Please work with your Community College and Wright State Advisors to ensure that you meet all admission and education requirements. Students returning to Wright State can qualify to reset their MPA passed to Wright State through the Second Start Directive.

Contact a Wright State advisor for more information. Wright State Advising 937-775-4830 | transfer@wright.edu We are pleased to welcome you to the Wright State community. We have some tips to make your transfer process easier. Create your Wright Path partnership account or log into an existing account. As a recognized member, you have your own portal with access: To explore OGTP trails based on academic priorities, select a link below. View a list of participating community colleges where you start your studies. Once you have completed all the required courses at the university level, you will be transferred without being able to do so to Wright State in order to pass the final courses necessary for your bachelor`s degree. To increase accessibility and accessibility for university education, Wright State and Sinclair are proposing the Wright Path Partnership Program.

Visit our Community College Partnership Preview page to learn more about the benefits of the Wright Path program. Learn more about transferring credits to Wright State. The Ohio Guaranteed Transfer Pathways (OGTP) program allows students to streamline transfer between public universities to find the best ways to complete their studies and start successful careers. PMOPs aim to provide a clearer path for graduate students who wish to attend Ohio Public University and obtain their bachelor`s degree.