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Community College of Philadelphia and Rutgers-Camden Partner on Dual Admission

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The Community College of Philadelphia (CCP) and Rutgers University-Camden will partner for a cross-state, dual-admission agreement that will allow the community college’s students to earn their bachelor’s degree.

CCP students who complete their associate’s degree and meet transfer requirements can transition to Rutgers-Camden starting in their junior year, according to WHYY

Although CCP has previously had dual admissions partnerships with in-state schools such as Drexel University, Temple University and Chestnut Hill College, this latest partnership will be the college’s first dual admissions agreement with an institution outside of Pennsylvania.

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