Evers College has established an articulation agreement with SUNY Downstate/College of Health Related Professions
(SUNY/CHRP) to facilitate the transfer of qualified MEC students into four
Allied Health degree programs:
Advantages to being
part of the articulation agreement
Students increase their chances for acceptance into the SUNY/CHRP degree programs by participating in the Articulation Agreement.
MEC students are given preferred acceptance into these
SUNY/CHRP programs after successfully completing a prescribed course of study at MEC and meeting the other Downstate admission requirements.
Enriched academic/career counseling
Students who are part of the program are entitled to enriched academic and career counseling in these Allied Health areas.
Dr. Margaret Carroll is the Biology Department's Allied Health Counselor and MEC Coordinator for the
SUNY/CHRP Articulation Agreement.
She will provide the personalized academic advisement needed to meet
SUNY/CHRP admissions requirements, in addition to helping students with application forms, arranging volunteer work and preparing for interviews.