- Associated Press - Thursday, February 11, 2016

DICKSON, Tenn. (AP) - Freed-Hardeman University and Nashville State Community College have agreed to offer joint enrollment that will provide a seamless pathway for community college students to complete a bachelor’s degree.

According to a news release from the schools, the agreement allows students to enroll concurrently in classes offered by both schools, and students will be able to receive federal financial aid based on the combined enrollment.

Facilities and programs offered jointly by the two schools include advising, registration, computer labs, Internet accounts, libraries, student identification cards, sporting events and online transcripts with degree plan analyses.

The new program begins with the spring 2016 semester.

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