New Mexico Junior College in Hobbs and Texas Tech University in Lubbock have signed an agreement that will make it easier for students seeking a four-year degree to transfer.
“We have a lot of students that are geared up and ready to go in terms of completing that bachelor's degree, so that's a good partnership,” said NMJC President Kelvin Sharp.
Sharp and Texas Tech President Lawrence Schovanec signed the “historic” agreement in Lubbock last week. A second agreement signed by the two presidents will allow junior college students to feed into the animal science program at Texas Tech and eventually the new School of Veterinary Medicine.
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