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Bachelor of Arts Nonprofit Administration (2 + 2)

The Bachelor of Arts in nonprofit administration degree is designed to:

  • Equip human service personnel with additional management and communication skills to address the needs of urban human services and non-profit agencies;
  • Prepare students to assume administrative or managerial roles in human services agencies that deal with welfare reform, work and training, substance abuse, mental health, domestic violence, and health and nutrition;
  • Provide access to faculty members with expertise in public administration and non-profit management in an urban setting;
    Prepare students for future career challenges, including graduate work in a number of fields
  • This program is online and online live.

Cleveland State University Website- Nonprofit Administration

 

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Parallel LCCC Program

Associate of Applied Science, Human Services
Associate of Applied Science, Public Administration
Associate of Arts (work with assigned LCCC advisor for this option)

 

 AAS Human Services – Nonprofit Administration Curriculum Pathway

AAS Public Administration – Nonprofit Administration Curriculum Pathway

 

Admission Requirements

  1. Applications can be submitted the term before a student intends to start the CSU program.  Students should work with their LCCC Advisor and the CSU Transfer Center to determine the best time to transfer.
  2. Credit from regionally accredited institutions will be evaluated for credit at CSU.  Students must earn a ‘D’ or higher for the course to transfer.
  3. Be in good standing with a 2.0+ GPA.
  4. High school transcripts will be required for students who have under 12 college credit hours and may be required for financial aid and/or foreign language requirement.
  5. ACT/SAT scores are not required for students who have earned 12 or more college credit hours.
  6. CSU requires students to have a cumulative 2.0+ GPA from all regionally accredited institutions for admission.
  7. Students who are earning their associates degree while in high school cannot apply to the CSU partnership program until they take college credit hours post high school graduation.  Students should work with the CSU Transfer Center for guidance on courses to take at LCCC as up to 90 credits can be earned at LCCC before transferring to CSU’s program.

Application Procedures

CSU has “multi-term” registration, which means in March, students register for classes for fall, spring, and summer of the entire next academic year. For example, in March 2022, students register for all of fall 2022, spring 2023, and summer 2023. Therefore, students expecting to take courses in any semester in the 22-23 school year are advised to apply before (or by) January 2022.

To apply to the Partnership, follow the steps below:

  1. Complete an online application here.   Select “pay by mail” and don’t pay $40.
  2. Complete a Partnership Supplement Form and email it to TransferCenter@csuohio.edu.  This waives the $40 fee. 
  3. Request all colleges you attended to send official transcripts directly to CSU. High school, also.
  4. Once your materials are in, check your CampusNet for an admission decision. It can happen fast!
  5. After you are admitted, meet with your CSU advisor. 
  6. CSU students should login to CampusNet to register for Transfer Orientation for resources and support services. There are two options:  in-person (currently through Zoom) or online at your own pace through Blackboard. 

 

How do I know if I am in the University Partnership?  

How do I know if I am in the University Partnership?

  • You are following the UP Curriculum Pathway from the associate to the bachelor’s degree.
    • For 2:2 degrees, you have been admitted to the partner institution and have registered for your first classes the upcoming semester, 3rd year of partner classes.  The first day of the 3rd year class, you are officially a UP student.
    • For 3:1 degrees, you are a UP student if you are registered for the 3rd year in either bridgework LCCC classes or UP partner classes. You may not be necessarily admitted with the UP partner just yet.  The first day of the 3rd year of UP or LCCC bridgework class, you are officially a UP student.
  • UP Office will use the email address your partner institution shares with us, which is once a semester, to email out a reminder to you about the UP program supports and services.
  • If you are unsure if you are in the UP, you are welcome to email or call the UP Office to verify your status.

How do I show proof I am a UP student to receive benefits and supports offered at LCCC

  • Go to the Circulation Desk on the 2nd floor of the LCCC Bass Library  (440) 366-4026.
  • Show your class registration for UP classes with the partner institution or LCCC bridgework classes.
  • Bass Library staff will place a color coded sticker on the back of your LCCC or partner institution ID card.  If you have no LCCC or UP ID card, a UP ID card will be issued to you.
  • You will need to get a new sticker (date specific) each semester that you are registered for UP partner classes.
  • An ID card is not required but would be needed if you are seeking benefits and supports at LCCC while in the partnership.
  • Supports and services are for Elyria Campus and the Learning Centers (Community Learning  Center at Lorain High School, Lorain Learning Center at City Center, LCCC Wellington Center, and University Partnership Ridge Campus).

 

 

For More Information

Admitted CSU Partnership students can possibly meet their advisor at LCCC, in the CSU Partnership Office, UC 113.  To schedule an advising appointment, please contact your assigned CSU academic advisor which can be found in your Starfish account.

CSU Transfer Center
TransferCenter@csuohio.edu
(440) 366-4850