Lamar signs agreement to honor LSCO credits

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These Lamar State College Student in a classroom on the Orange, TX campus could be earning college credits towards a four-year bachelor’s degree at LU-Beaumont. A new agreement signed between LSCO and LU-Beaumont has formalized the acceptance of credits between the two institutions of higher learning.

Lamar State College Orange has signed an agreement with Lamar University (Beaumont) to expand higher educational advancement opportunities for LSCO students by recognizing and accepting their LSCO credits towards a four-year degree at Lamar University.

According to Shelly Vitanza, LU Director of Public Affairs, “Lamar University and Lamar State College Orange have formalized an articulation agreement to better serve the needs of students interested in pursuing bachelor’s degrees. Lamar University President Kenneth Evans and Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs James Marquart and Lamar State College Orange President Thomas A. Johnson and Executive Vice President and Provost Al Barringer signed an agreement on the Lamar University campus on Tuesday, creating innovative 2+2 programs allowing students to easily transfer to Lamar University to pursue four-year degrees after completing a twoyear associate degree at Lamar State College Orange.”



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