Bryan, Cleveland State agree on credit transfer
July 28, 2006

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DAYTON, Tenn. -- Bryan College and Cleveland State Community College recently approved an agreement to allow Cleveland State graduates to transfer their credits to Bryan and finish a Bachelor’s degree in business administration in two years.
Bryan President Dr. Stephen D. Livesay and Cleveland State President Dr. Carl Hite said students from Cleveland State will be able to transfer to Bryan as juniors and complete degree requirements by taking 48 semester hours of classes.

"I am delighted that Bryan can partner with Cleveland State to provide advanced educational opportunities for students in the greater Cleveland area. Sharing academic resources provides for lower student costs, efficient use of student time, convenient sites for learning, and the benefit of two outstanding faculties. I appreciate the faculty and administration of both schools who have worked together to make such an agreement possible," Dr. Livesay said.

Dr. Hite added, "Over the past several years, Cleveland State has made a concentrated effort to forge partnerships with our area’s finest colleges and universities, partnerships that allow our students the opportunity to seamlessly continue their educational goals. I am very pleased to be associated with Bryan College and excited that our students now have this new educational path they can follow. I want to thank everyone involved for making this partnership happen."