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CCSU, MCC team up on new articulation agreement

President Zulma R. Toro and Dr. Tanya C. Milner-Harlee, interim chief executive officer at Manchester Community College, sign an articulation agreement between CCSU and MCC as (standing, from left) Dr. Tuesday L. Cooper of MCC; Dr. Robert Wolff, dean of the Carol Ammon College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences; and Karissa L. Peckham, J.D., associate vice president for Enrollment Management look on. (Photo by Janice Palmer)

Members of the leadership teams from MCC and CCSU met on June 6 to sign an articulation agreement, which establishes a pathway for students who complete MCC’s two-year Culinary Arts, Food Service Management, or Hotel Tourism Management programs to continue their studies at CCSU in the Ammon College of Liberal Arts and Social...

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