Students at Bermuda College can transfer even more
smoothly to one of America's leading Catholic universities
through a new transfer articulation agreement with St. John's
The agreement reflects St. John's long-standing relationship
with the people and institutions of Bermuda. Through its School of Risk
Management, Insurance and Actuarial Science (SRM), a division
of The Peter J. Tobin College of
Business at St. John's, the University also has a loyal and
prosperous alumni network in Bermuda.
Officials from St. John's and Bermuda College signed the
agreement on November 8, 2006. Representing Bermuda College were
Dr. Lorita J. Alford, Vice President and Chief Academic Officer,
and Georgina Graham, Chairperson, Division of Business
Administration and Hospitality.
St. John's representative was Theresa Marro, Assistant Director
of the Division of Marketing and Industry Relations in the School
of Risk Management.
Through the agreement, Bermuda College students with
an Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree may
transfer up to 66 credits to three divisions at St. John's
University: St. John's College of
Liberal Arts and Sciences, The College of
Professional Studies or The School of
Upon evaluation by the Deans, students at Bermuda College also
can transfer credits to two other divisions at St. John's
University: The Peter J. Tobin College of Business and The College of Pharmacy
and Allied Health Sciences.
Established in 1974 by an act of Parliament, Bermuda College has
an enrollment of approximately 1,215 students pursuing Associate of
Arts and Associate of Sciences degrees as well as professional
certificates and diplomas.
In cooperation with Mount Saint Vincent University, Bermuda
College also offers Bachelor of Science degrees in Business
Administration and in Child and Youth Studies.
Founded in 1870 by the Vincentian Fathers, St. John's University
enjoys an international reputation for excellence and service. The
University has three residential campuses in New York City, along
with Graduate Centers in Oakdale, NY, and in Rome, Italy.
For more information, contact the Office of Admission at St.
John's University: 1 (888) 9STJOHNS; email firstname.lastname@example.org.