What is the Northeast Consortium?
The Northeast Consortium is a collaboration between the ECU College of Education and the community college partners listed below. Our goal is to offer Bachelor Degree programs within students' communities.
What programs are offered?
Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education (K-6) with a K-12 Reading Licensure
Bachelor of Science in Special Education - General Curriculum with Reading Licensure
Bachelor of Science in Middle Grades Education
What are the requirements to join WPE?
- Completion or near completion of all community college coursework
- 2.5 GPA or higher
- Qualifying Praxis I scores or ACT or SAT scores
- Admission to ECU
How do I get my degree?
Wachovia Partnership East students graduate from ECU with a BS in either Elementary, Special Education or Middle Grades. Students complete their general education courses at their local community colleges and then complete their degree by taking ECU courses on-line or face-to-face at the Wachovia Partnership East hub site at Beaufort County Community College.
What if I already have a degree?
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How do I join Wachovia Partnership East?
Second semester freshmen are encouraged to schedule an appointment with consortium coordinator to determine when to begin university classes. Unofficial copies of all college transcripts are needed to make the determination. To sign up, contact Ms. Bilbro-Berry, the Northeast Consortium Coordinator, or one of the partnering community colleges.