Nexus Program


Morgan Logo          NEXUS PROGRAM      CCBC Logo

(Network for Excellence and Undergraduate Success)   

 

Grade point average and standardized test scores do not always provide a complete or accurate measurement of a student's potential for success. Morgan State University (MSU) and the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) are aware that while standard assessment tools are strong indicators of academic potential, test scores are not always indicative of a student's ability to successfully earn a degree.

NEXUS provides an alternative for students with drive and potential by providing access to two outstanding schools. Resources, strong academics, and solid support systems from both institutions along with YOUR determination will ensure YOUR opportunity to meet and exceed the University's admission requirements. The NEXUS PROGRAM (Network for Excellence and Undergraduate Success) ensures that all students are provided with access to a quality college education.

Nexus program participants, while officially CCBC students, begin their academic journey on Morgan State University grounds, and once transferred* will remain on the MSU campus. The word "NEXUS" means center, connection, core, link, network, tie, union, bond. Being a NEXUS student denotes that two schools have bonded to provide a network of services and opportunities from which each participant SHALL benefit and SHALL succeed. Participation in the program is by exclusive invitation only.  Contact the Program Coordinator/Community College Liaison for more information at 443-885-3765 or e-mail transferctr@morgan.edu.
  • Nexus 2014 Fact Sheet - Just the facts!
  • Were you referred to the NEXUS Program?  Have questions?  Select an Information Session HERE.  Information Session dates:
    • Session I April 23, 2014, University Student Center, Room 212A, 6:00 p.m.
    • Session II May 7, 2014, University Student Center, Room 212A, 6:00 p.m.
    • Session III May 28, 2014, University Student Center, Room 212A, 6:00 p.m.

*Developmental courses are not transferrable.

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The following links are FOR New NEXUS Students ONLY

redalert NEXUS STUDENTS:  ACCESS ORIENTATION

All Nexus students are required to attend Access Orientation at Morgan State University.
If 
you have not already registered for Access Orientation,
contact the Morgan NEXUS Coordinators immediately at
443-885-1585 or 443-885-3765.

July 20 Access Orientation - CLOSED
Jul
y 27 Access Orientation - Limited Availability, Register NOW-LAST CHANCE

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Congratuations on being admitted to the NEXUS Program!  The following slide shows were created collaboratively between CCBC and MSU to provide you with helpful resources.  Contact information for both Morgan State University and The Community College of Baltimore County is included at the end of each presentation.

               The Official ACCUPLACER iPhone App - $1.99

                  ACCUPLACER Sample Questions - Free

   If you live within  20 miles of the Morgan State University campus, you may register for the ACCUPLACER  by CLICKING HERE

Have you decided to live on campus? 

View the following slide show from the Office of Residence Life and Housing for a virtual step-by-step walk through on all aspects of the on-line application.  For Fall 2014 entering NEXUS students, the housing application site opens March 3, 2014.

  • Residence Life Online Housing Tutorial
    • View the tutorial BEFORE applying.  It will prepare you to accurately complete each screen!
    • Keep the tutorial open in a separate window as a reference guide when you are ready to begin the actual application process.

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Morgan State University NEXUS Program
Fall 2014
Hybrid Academic Calendar

August 25            Classes begin 
September 1        
LABOR DAY – NO CLASSES
September 16      
Student Progress Reports due to Program Coordinator 
Last day to drop a class/audit and receive a 50% refund of tuition
October 8            
Midterms Letter Grades due to Program Coordinator 
                        
 *Do NOT submit in SIMON*
November 5         
Last day to withdraw from a course 
November 18       
Student Progress Reports due to Program Coordinator
November 27-28  
THANKSGIVING BREAK – NO CLASSES
December 9         
Last day of classes
December 10-16   
Final examinations  
December  19       
Final grades due by faculty by 4:30 PM 
December 23        
Grades available to students in SIMON

A few other important things to note:
  • All schedule related changes need to be facilitated through the Ms. Barnes jbarnes3@ccbcmdd.edu.
  • Midterm letter grades are used to enable students to start the transition process for spring classes at MSU.
  • Follow MSU’s weather related closings.
  • This calendar reflects MSU’s operational schedule.

 

 

 Last updated July 18, 2014