RMU Announces Gateway Program with CCBC and Three other Community Colleges

(Moon Twp, Pa.) Dr. Chris Howard the President of Robert Morris University made an announcement Thursday, February 11, 2021, about a new program called RMU Gateway.

Starting in the fall of 2021, students enrolled in associate degree programs at four Pittsburgh-area community colleges can enroll simultaneously at Robert Morris University. Students can take up to 12 credits of RMU classes priced at the community college tuition rate. Students even live on the RMU campus if they wish, with the new RMU Gateway plan.

For students in RMU Gateway, credits earned as part of an associate degree at any of the four community college partners, Allegheny County Community College, Community College of Beaver County, Westmoreland Community College, and The Community College of Butler County, are fully transferable towards a bachelor’s degree from RMU while earning an associate degree.

Once you finish a student finishes a two-year degree they can transfer seamlessly to RMU for your bachelor’s degree. RMU Gateway students are eligible for scholarships from $3,000 to $12,000 per year, depending on your GPA. RMU Gateway students are eligible to live in campus housing even before they formally transfer, getting a head start on the college experience compared to traditional transfers.

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