WT Partners with Weatherford College to Make Graduate Admission Easier | KAMR

CANYON, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) — West Texas A&M University and Weatherford College on Wednesday signed a partnership agreement, which is expected to expand educational opportunities for undergraduate students considering graduate school.

According to a press release from West Texas A&M, the agreement is expected to assist qualified students in Weatherford College’s Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences in Organizational Leadership program with their application and admission to WT’s graduate programs.

Weatherford College will provide contact information for eligible students each semester, notify its students of graduate opportunities at WT, work on joint marketing efforts with WT, and work with WT faculty to ensure a smooth transition for its students, according to the press release.

“We at Weatherford College are honored to enter into this agreement with such a prestigious graduate institution as West Texas A&M University,” said Tod A. Farmer, President of Weatherford College. “Our WC graduates will now have the opportunity to pursue a world-class academic education at WT. The commitment to excellence and focus on student success that our two institutions share makes us natural institutional partners.

WT will provide Weatherford College students with access to graduate counselors and provide personalized application support, financial aid and scholarship advice, and other hands-on experiences.

“WT is committed to becoming the most transfer-friendly university in Texas,” said Walter V. Wendler, President of WT. “This partnership provides more opportunities for students to serve the region, the state of Texas and beyond. We pride ourselves on being the next step in a student’s educational and research journey in pursuit of a graduate degree.

Applicants must meet the admission requirements and admission deadlines for the graduate program applicable to WT. Some refresher courses may be required depending on the specific pathway.

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