LIMA — Rhodes State College signed a formal articulation agreement earlier this month with Purdue University Fort Wayne. Rhodes State students will be able to seamlessly complete their bachelor’s degrees.
Graduates in the several associates programs can finish their bachelor’s degree by taking up to 88 credit hours at Rhodes State and at least 32 credit hours online or on campus in Fort Wayne.
“At Rhodes State College, we mentor and teach students who are enthusiastically seeking four-year degrees to complete their baccalaureate learning and prepare for either graduate studies or a career,” Dr. Fernando Arzola, Dean, Division of Arts & Sciences and Interim Dean, Division of Business, Technology and Public Service, said in a press release. “PFW offers both a traditional campus experience and an online degree completion option, which is particularly desirable for working students. Also, located in the second largest city of Indiana, PFW provides a metropolitan experience less than 90 minutes away, which makes this an ideal opportunity for our students and partnership between RSC and PFW.”