Jackson State University Creates Articulation Agreement with Six Alabama Community Colleges

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Pictured left to right: Dr. Bruce Crawford, Lawson State Community College; JSU President Thomas K. Hudson; Amanda Harbison, Shelton State Community College; and Nakia Robinson, Trenholm Community College.Pictured left to right: Dr. Bruce Crawford, Lawson State Community College; JSU President Thomas K. Hudson; Amanda Harbison, Shelton State Community College; and Nakia Robinson, Trenholm Community College.Jackson State University (JSU), a Historically Black College and University (HBCU) in Jackson, Mississippi, has created new partnerships with six community college in Alabama for associate degree holders to easily transition to JSU’s bachelor's degree programs.

JSU President Thomas K. Hudson said he was excited to have an opportunity to serve students from “these exceptional Alabama community colleges.”

“Community colleges are an excellent training ground for students to prepare for the rigor of campus life at the university level,” said Hudson. “We look forward to accepting the best and brightest scholars into the Tiger family to further their education.”

The six community colleges included in the new articulation agreement are:

  • Bishop State Community College, Mobile
  • J.F. Drake Community & Technical College, Huntsville
  • Gadsden State Community College, Gadsden
  • Lawson State Community College, Birmingham
  • Shelton State Community College, Tuscaloosa
  • Trenholm Community College, Montgomery