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Cochise College, ASU partner to offer students a seamless transfer pathway


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Cochise College students now have access to hundreds of transfer pathways through the MyPath2ASU collaboration.

March 21, 2023

Thanks to a partnership with Arizona State University, Cochise College students now have access to hundreds of transfer pathways through the MyPath2ASU collaboration. 

The partnership aims to provide a seamless transition process for students who wish to pursue a bachelor's degree in their field of choice.

MyPath2ASU is an industry-leading transfer navigation tool available to ASU transfer students from accredited U.S. regional institutions. The tool ensures a positive transfer experience to ASU after earning credits or an associate degree from a U.S. community college or university and shortens the time to degree completion.

Cochise College is a two-year public college that offers over 90 degrees, including 42 workforce and skills training certificates.

Through the partnership, students will have access to personalized benefits to help them navigate the transfer experience, including:

  • Guaranteed admission into a major of choice upon successful completion of MyPath2ASU.

  • Customized course-by-course pathways to minimize loss of credit.

  • The ability to save time and money by planning a path to degree completion.

“Cochise College advisors are committed to student success and providing a smooth transfer experience as students use the MyPath2ASU transfer tool," said Vivian Miranda, director of counseling and advising at Cochise College.

Ways Cochise College students can study at ASU

ASU offers undergraduate degrees for students at Cochise College. ASU@Cochise offers a Bachelor of Arts in organizational leadership and a Bachelor of Applied Science in applied leadership at Cochise College. Cochise College students also have the opportunity to transfer into more than 300 undergraduate majors and can choose to study online or on campus.

The partnership builds on ASU’s history with Cochise College. Over the past three years, hundreds of students have transferred from Cochise College to ASU, with a majority of learners pursuing undergraduate degrees through ASU Online.

The partnership also reflects ASU’s commitment to creating an institution that is accessible and responsible for the communities it serves, as outlined in the university charter, providing students with an opportunity to achieve their educational and financial goals while also empowering and transforming communities.

Transfer partnership student success

Paulette Iniguez Erunez, a transfer student from Cochise College, credits Cochise and MyPath2ASU with providing her “everything she needed to be able to transfer to ASU and complete her bachelor’s degree.” 

Erunez recently graduated with a BSE from the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering biomedical engineering program and is on track to graduate with her master’s degree as a part of ASU’s Accelerated “4+1” Program.

Learn more about her success story below.

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