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Administrators from University of Charleston and Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College plan a signing ceremony for 10 a.m. July 17 on the SWVCTC campus in Logan for an articulation agreement.

Southern West Virginia Community College President Joanne Jaeger Tomblin and University of Charleston President Ed Welch are scheduled to attend. The ceremony will be in the fourth floor conference room of Building C.

Articulation agreements allow graduates of programs at CTCs to transfer their credits seamlessly and continue their educations at four-year institutions.