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Delaware County Community College, Serving Delaware and Chester Counties

Temple University Dual Admission & Gen Ed-to-Gen Ed Agreement

Benefits of the Dual Admissions agreement include:

  1. Guaranteed Admissions to Temple University. This agreement applies to all Temple majors except for the following competitive majors (art, architecture, music, dance, pharmacy, nursing, and health information management), which have additional admission requirements. See www.temple.edu for a full listing of majors.
  2. Waiving the admission application fee.
  3. Academic Scholarships:

Full-time:

  • $1,000 academic scholarship to students with final 3.30-3.64 GPA;
  • $2,000 academic scholarship to students with final 3.65-4.0 GPA;

Part-time*:

  • $500 academic scholarship to students with final 3.30-3.64 GPA and
  • $1,000 academic scholarship to students with final 3.65-4.0 GPA;

*registered with 6-11 Temple credits per semester

All scholarships may be renewed for up to three years with a 3.0 Temple cumulative GPA.

To qualify for the Dual Admissions, students must:

  1. Graduate with an Associates in Arts (A.A) or Associates in Science (A.S.), with a minimum GPA of 2.3.
  2. This agreement applies to all Temple majors except for the following competitive majors (art, architecture, music, dance, pharmacy, nursing, and health information management), which have additional admission requirements. See www.temple.edu for a full listing of majors.
  3. Complete a “Dual Admissions Intent to Enroll” form at the time of admissions to DCCC, or before completion of 30 or fewer graded college-level credits (including any credits completed at previous institutions). Students can complete this form when meeting with a Transfer Advisor. Students who have previously been matriculated to Temple University are not eligible to participate in the Dual Admissions agreement.
  4. In the semester before you are planning to begin attending Temple University, you must complete Temple’s online application. There will be an option in the online application for you to indicate that you are a Dual Admissions student; this will waive your application fee. The deadline for Fall admission is June 1st and for Spring admission the deadline is November 1st. Note that special programs may have separate deadlines for admission.
  5. Enroll at Temple within one year of graduation, and do not attend another institution of higher education between the time they graduate from DCCC and enroll at Temple.
  6. Request official transcripts from all colleges you have attended, as well as from your high school.
  7. To be considered for Dual Admissions and the scholarship, a final transcript reflecting degree earned and final Grade Point Average must be sent from DCCC to the Coordinator for Dual Admissions at Temple University. Students must complete the application for graduation at Enrollment Central in Founders Hall at DCCC.
  8. Satisfy all other regular Temple admissions requirements.

-ADDENDUM-
DUAL ADMISSIONS AGREEMENT between
DELAWARE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE and
TEMPLE UNIVERSITY Of The Commonwealth System of Higher Education
(Effective Fall 2016)

This addendum concerns the Dual Admsissions agreement between Delaware County Community College (DCCC) and Temple University (Temple) signed March 16, 1998.

Earlier versions of this agreement include the following statement regarding eligibility criteria for the Dual Admissions program: "If you are newly admitted to an associate's degree program or have earned 30 or fewer college-level credits." Beginning fall 2016, landguage has been added to clarify eligilbity requirements for student applying to the Dual Admissions program. Students must intend to complete an associate's degree at their institutuion and must complete the Intent to Enroll form before completing 30 graded college credits. This includes any prior credits completed at other colleges or universities. The statement regarding eligiblity now reads:

If you are newly admitted to an associate degree program or have completed 30 or fewer graded college-level credits (including any credits completed at previous institutions) you are eligible to complete an INTENT TO ENROLL form available in the Transfer Office.

Additionally, information was added to the agreement regarding Temple's admissions process for Dual Admissions students. The electronic admissions application for transfer students now asks students to confirm that they have previously been approved for admission through the Dual Admissions program. Students who select this option will have their application fee waived. Step 3 on page 2 now states:

In the semester before you are planning to begin attending Temple University, you must complete Temple's online application. There will be an option in the online application for you to indicate that you are a Dual Admissions students; this will waive the application fee. The deadline for the Fall admision is June 1st and for the Spring admission the deadline is November 1st.  Note that special programs may have separate deadlines for admiission.

Revised information handouts to prospective Dual Admissions applicants are now available on the Undergraduate Studies webpage (http://www.temple.edu/vpus/transfer/agreements/dccc.html). It is important that this agreement is kept up-to-date. To this end, if changes occur at Delaware County Community College that would affect this agreement, please inform Undergraduate Studies, so the documents can be amended.
 

-ADDENDUM-
GEN ED - TO - GEN ED TRANSFER AGREEMENT between
DELAWARE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
and TEMPLE UNIVERSITY Of the Commonwealth System of Higher Education
(Effective Fall 2016)

Delaware County Community College (DCCC) and Temple University (Temple) enter into this agreement in order to facilitate the transfer of students from DCCC into Temple, and to support their academic success in baccalaureate degree programs.

This addendum concerns the GenEd to GenEd Agreement between DCCC and Temple signed August 18, 2010. After the signing of that agreement DCCC has either added or revised the curriculum for several of the degree programs.  

As a result, students who first enroll at Temple for or after Fall 2018 semester, having received an A.A. or A.S. degree in one of the following programs at DCC in or after 1970 will be eligible for the GenEd to GenEd program.

The following DCCC associate degrees are eligible for the GenEd-to-GenEd transfer:

Degree
Administration of Justice A.A.
Business Administration A.S.
Computer Science A.S.
Computer Information Systems A.S.
Early Childhood Education A.A.
Engineering Technology A.S.
Engineering A.S.
English A.A.
Global Studies A.A.
History A.A.
Liberal Arts A.A.
Mathematics/Natural Science A.S.
Psychology A.S.
Science for Health Professions A.S.
Social Work A.A.
Sociology A.S.

 

The following DCCC associate degrees are approved if and only if the student is certified to Temple's Associate Vice Provost for Transfer by DCCC's Career and Counseling Center as having completed a mathematics course at Temple's QA/QB level (DDDD MAT 120 and above):

Degree
Behavioral Science A.S.
Communication Arts A.A.
Education A.A.
Human Services A.S.

 

Transfer students should be aware that GenEd-to-GeEd and Core-to-Core transfer relates only to University General Education requirements. All requirements of Temple's schools and colleges and major programs of study remain in force.

Given the mutual consent of DCCC and Temple, the programs listed aDelbove have been added to the list of eligible degrees. Only students who have completed the degrees as revised or offered beginning Fall 2016 will be eligible for the GenEd-to-GenEd Program.

Students following this agreement who complete their community college degree in two-years will be eligible for following the Temple curriculum in place at the time they started at the community college. Students taking longer than two years to complete their community college degree will follow the curriculum in place at the time of their admissions to Temple.


GEN ED-TO-GEN ED TRANSFER AGREEMENT
between DELAWARE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
and TEMPLE UNIVERSITY Of The Commonwealth System of Higher Education
2010

Delaware County Community Colege (DCCC) and Temple University (Temple) enter into this agreement in order to facilitate the transfer of students from DCCC into Temple, and to support their academic success in baccalaureate dgree programs.

This agreement applies to students who first enroll at Temple for or after the fall 2010 semester, having received an associate degree in one of the following programs at DCCC in or after 1970.

  • an Associate in Arts (A.A.) in Communication Arts, Education or Liberal Arts.
  • an Assoicate in Science (A.S.) in Behavioral Science, Business Administratoin, Computer Information Systems (as revised in 2000), Engineering (as revised in Fall 2007), Human Service, or Natural Science.
  • an Associate in Science (A.S.) in Science for Health Professions, if and only if the student is certified to Temple's Assistant Vice Provost for Transfer by DCCC's Transfer Office as having taken a minimum of five courses in the humanities and/or social sciences.

For those students, Temple agrees to accept the general education embedded in the DCCC degrees as meeting all the requirements of its undergraduate University General Education Curriculum (Gen Ed).

Other DCCC degrees that incorporate the same requirements may be added tot his agreement in the future, after the review and approval each institutuion considers appropriate, and by mutual consent.

Eligible DCCC graduates enrolling at Temple will be identified upon admission to Temple. Satisfaction of Temple's Gen Ed requirements pursuant to this agreement will be noted on all pertinent student records. Gen Ed-to-Gen Ed transfer does not alter the requirements of the student's major field of study or the requirements of the student's Temple school or college.  Students under the terms of this agreement will need to complete two Writing-Intensive courses at Temple. These courses will be specific requirements determined by the student's major.

The willingness of both institutuions to enter this agreement in order to facilitate the transfer of students from Delaware County Community College into Temple University, and to expand their opportunities for academic success there, is indicated by the following signature:

Signatures of file in the Transfer Office.