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WilmU joins forces with Camden County College

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Wilmington University (WilmU) now offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Camden County College (CCC) campuses in Blackwood and Camden City, NJ.

The partnership is designed to give community college students a chance to smoothly transfer into an affordable four-year program.

“Like WilmU, Camden County College wants to provide accessible and affordable, high quality educational opportunities for students to seamlessly transfer to four-year degree programs that would otherwise have cost them thousands of dollars more during their first two years in college,” CCC President Donald A. Borden said.

WilmU will maximize transfer credits from CCC students by accepting their entire associates degree — up to ninety credits — toward a bachelor’s degree program.

“Wilmington University will serve Camden County College students and alumni with the same degree of care they have come to know from CCC, while providing strong bachelor’s and master’s degree completion programs,” said Dr. LaVerne Harmon, president of Wilmington University.

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