UC President Santa Ono, second from left, joins Cincinnati State President O'dell Owens to sign an articulation agreement between the schools.
Gateway President/CEO Ed Hughes, second from right, and NKU President Geoffrey Mearns signed papers that made their institution's new Gateway2NKU partnership official. They were flanked by State Rep. Adam Koenig and Micah Greenhill, an NKU student.
Gateway Community & Technical College President and CEO Ed Hughes touted the new partnership with NKU.
UC's pep band, which includes four Cincinnati State students who intend to transfer to UC, helps mark a new cooperative agreement between the schools.
Students are saving thousands of dollars on degrees from University of Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky University and other four-year institutions by starting at community colleges. It's a path to success for many but not for everybody.
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