CHIPOLA COLLEGE Going from A to B (Associate to Baccalaureate Degrees). How one underserved rural Florida college is addressing the lack of access to baccalaureate degrees in it’s district. CHIPOLA COLLEGE An Overview. Founded in 1947 – third oldest in the state
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How one underserved rural Florida college is addressing the lack of access to baccalaureate degrees in it’s district.
In 2001, the Florida Legislature established procedures to further expand access to baccalaureate degree programs through the use of community colleges. As stated in Section 240.3836, Florida Statutes:
A community college may be authorized by the Florida Board of Education to offer a limited number of baccalaureate degrees designed to meet local workforce needs through one of the following processes:
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