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Marquette University joins CLC’s Guaranteed Transfer Admission program

by Public Relations and Marketing | Published Apr 14, 2017

The College of Lake County and Marquette University in Milwaukee recently signed a Guaranteed Transfer Admission agreement. CLC students who transfer to Marquette to complete a bachelor’s degree will be guaranteed acceptance while completing the requirements in their particular degree.

“This is the first partnership of its type Marquette has signed, and we are thrilled it’s with College of Lake County,” said Adam Stout, assistant dean/transfer coordinator at Marquette. “CLC students have proven to be academically prepared for the rigors of the Marquette classroom and are some of the strongest transfer students to enroll at MU. A formal agreement that guarantees admission to Marquette ensures there is a clear degree pathway for the best and brightest CLC students.”

CLC President Jerry Weber said that Marquette University is a great addition to CLC’s Guaranteed Transfer Admission program due to its academic reputation, breadth of degree programs and close proximity. In addition, CLC students will be considered for the Pere Marquette Scholarship and transfer scholarships. Photo of Marquette University campus

“We can now offer qualified students an opportunity to plan their transfer to Marquette several semesters in advance and to take advantage of advising from both institutions,” Weber said.

Stout said that many College of Lake County students choose Marquette University to finish their bachelor’s degree. “We’re a short 50 minutes north of CLC’s Grayslake Campus, making Marquette attractive to those students looking for a private, residential campus in their backyard,” he said. For information, visit the Marquette transfer page or contact Stout at (414) 288-6953 or adam.stout@marquette.edu.

To learn about CLC’s guaranteed transfer admission program, visit the Guaranteed Transfer Admission page or call (847) 543-2090. CLC students can now choose from 22 institutions that offer guaranteed admission, ensuring a seamless transfer of credit to the four-year colleges and universities.