Saginaw Valley State U, Michigan State U Come To Transfer Agreement For Agriculture, Natural Resources Students

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Saginaw Valley State University students studying agriculture and natural resources now have a new opportunity open to them.

The school came to an agreement with Michigan State University that allows SVSU students to transfer after two years to MSU’s agriculture and natural resources majors and specializations.

Officials from both schools on Wednesday signed the agreement, which aims to increase access for students for SVSU students in the colleges of colleges of Science, Engineering and Technology; Education; and Business and Management and MSU’s College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

“Not only is this a win-win for both institutions, but more importantly, this is a win for Michigan residents who want a college degree in agriculture or natural resources,” said Deborah R. Huntley, dean of SVSU's College of Science Engineering and Technology.

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