ASU, CTC Sign Transfer Agreement
April 05, 2012
Dr. Joseph C. Rallo, ASU president, and Dr. Thomas Klincar, CTC chancellor, signed the agreement on April 2 in a ceremony at Fort Hood Army Post outside Killeen. The ceremony took place during the Fort Hood Education Services Division College Fair at the post’s Community Events Center.
As a result of the agreement, CTC students who transfer into any of the current programs within the ASU Department of Security Studies and Criminal Justice will have all their CTC academic credits accepted at ASU. The ASU department offers bachelor’s degrees, master’s degrees and certificate programs in border security; criminal justice; cultural competence/fluency and security studies; and intelligence, security studies and analysis.
Founded over 40 years ago, Central Texas College is a public, open-admission community college offering associate degrees and certificate programs in academic, professional and vocational/technical fields. With its main campus in Killeen and more than 100 other locations around the world, CTC serves more than 50,000 students on military installations, in correctional facilities, on ships at sea and via distance education.
Others attending the ceremony from ASU were Dr. Robert Ehlers, director of the Center for Security Studies; Dr. Jeff Dailey, assistant professor of security studies; Dr. Bill Taylor, assistant professor of security studies; and Dallas Swafford, assistant director of Transfer Services. CTC was also represented by Barbara Merlo, director of marketing and outreach, and Bruce Vasbinder, coordinator of marketing and research.