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For anyone on the fence about earning a BOG AAS from Pierpoint, please read
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(03-04-2021, 08:36 PM)rachel83az Wrote: If they do keep the BOG program (which obviously isn't guaranteed at this point), I suppose it would be nice to have a free/mostly free Associate's degree from a university instead of just some random technical college. But who knows at this point if they'll even keep the program.

Good point.

For what it's worth, WVU Parkersburg apparently offers a BOG AAS.  No idea of the cost, but the basic requirements are here.
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(03-05-2021, 09:23 AM)ctcarl Wrote: For what it's worth, WVU Parkersburg apparently offers a BOG AAS.  No idea of the cost, but the basic requirements are here.

Sure, but one needs to complete 3 credits with them. This could also become a thing for Pierpont after the merger.

UPD. Well, it appears that they charge $1074/3 credits for out-of-state students. Nah.
BOG AAS (area of emphasis: business), Pierpont C&TC, 2021
ACE & RA credits (111 cr): Sophia (93), TEEX (5), ASU (7), ONU (6)
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Next step: BLS (minors: education, project management) @ UMPI (starting Fall 2021)
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The bill passed the Education Committee is is now headed to House Finance. Supposed to take effect July 1 if it goes all the way.
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(03-03-2021, 06:25 PM)ctcarl Wrote: Uh oh.

Trying to set up a new Pierpont account, and got this...

I got a snail mail registration letter from Pierpont yesterday, and that's what I see whenever I try to access ROAR.
BOG AAS (area of emphasis: business), Pierpont C&TC, 2021
ACE & RA credits (111 cr): Sophia (93), TEEX (5), ASU (7), ONU (6)
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Next step: BLS (minors: education, project management) @ UMPI (starting Fall 2021)
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(03-14-2021, 11:36 AM)NoStudentNoCry Wrote:
(03-03-2021, 06:25 PM)ctcarl Wrote: Uh oh.

Trying to set up a new Pierpont account, and got this...

I got a snail mail registration letter from Pierpont yesterday, and that's what I see whenever I try to access ROAR.

It takes few days for your new account to propogate throughout the system.  You can call the Pierpont tech support line, but it's rarely staffed.  You can email them as well, but if you do get a response, I don't think it'll be very helpful.  In my experience, they aren't familiar with the BOG program and will pepper you with questions like "are you registered for any classes for the Spring semester", etc.

It took about about a week for me to be able to get into ROAR, Gmail was a day or two after that.
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