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Franklin U. Free Transcript Evaluations Feb. 3

Students wanting to earn a bachelor's degree while staying in their local communities may be interested to learn about a unique educational agreement between Franklin University and Heartland Community College at an upcoming event.

From 4 to 6 p.m. Monday, February 3, a representative will be in CCB 1112 in the Heartland's Advising/Student Services area on the first floor of the Community Commons Building, located on the College's Normal campus at 1500 W. Raab Rd., to share information about the Community College Alliance Program. This program gives students the opportunity to complete bachelor's degree requirements through a combination of courses at HCC and online classes offered through an institutional partnership.  This allows students to make the most of their education while still being close to their homes, their places of employment and their local communities.

Features of the Community College Alliance Program include:

  • Complete an associate degree and applicable third-year bridge courses toward a bachelor’s degree at Heartland Community College
  • Through Franklin’s College of Arts, Sciences & Technology; College of Business, and College of Health & Public Administration, the University offers more than 30 in-demand bachelor’s degrees and nine master’s degrees
  • Many majors are available as a 3+1 through early advising with a Franklin representative
  • Transfer up to 84 semester hours toward a Franklin bachelor’s degree
  • Free application and official evaluation of your credits
  • Competitive tuition with no out-of-state tuition rates

To find out more and receive a free transcript evaluation at Heartland Community College, schedule an appointment by calling (309) 268-8033, or stop by the advising area in Student Services. Walk-in appointments are also accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

For more information about Heartland Community College, visit www.heartland.edu.