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Transfer program to be announced between TJC and Baylor

Tyler Junior College will announce a transfer agreement with Baylor University, making it easier for East Texans to transfer and complete their bachelor's degree. Tyler Junior College will announce a transfer agreement with Baylor University, making it easier for East Texans to transfer and complete their bachelor's degree.
TYLER, TX (KLTV) - Tyler Junior College will announce a transfer agreement with Baylor University Wednesday, June 18.

According to TJC, Baylor President and Chancellor Judge Ken Starr will make an agreement with TJC President Dr. Mike Metke to establish a process for TJC students who wish to transfer to Baylor. The program, called Baylor Bound, will make it easier for TJC students to complete a bachelor's degree at Baylor.

TJC says the new partnership will make Baylor education affordable for most East Texas families.

The program will be revealed Wednesday, June 18 at 1:30 p.m. in the board room of the White Administrative Services Center on the TJC main campus.
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