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Drury University Provost Beth Harville and Ozarks Technical Community College Provost Tracy McGrady pen a transfer agreement between the two schools.
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Drury University Provost Beth Harville and Ozarks Technical Community College Provost Tracy McGrady pen a transfer agreement between the two schools.

OTC, Drury sign articulation agreement

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Ozarks Technical Community College and Drury University yesterday signed a transfer agreement.

The articulation agreement smooths the transition for OTC aviation program students to transfer to Drury for bachelor’s degrees in general studies or organization communication and development, according to a news release.

“This agreement with Drury provides more value to our initial class of aviation students before they take their first training flight,” said Tracy McGrady, OTC provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs, in the release. “Following completion of their commercial pilot license and associate degree, our students already have a path to earn the bachelor’s degree they’ll need if they choose to become airline pilots.”

OTC announced its aviation associate degree last fall in partnership with Premier Flight LLC. The first cohort of students in the two-year program will start classes Aug. 21.

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