MIAMI, Oct. 4, 2017 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — The universities of Ana G. Méndez University System (AGMUS)—Universidad del Turabo, Universidad del Este, Universidad Metropolitana and Universidad Ana G. Méndez- will allow students enrolled in any other university from Puerto Rico to continue their studies at any of their 5 campuses in the continental United States. It is of great importance that students know that AGMUS values their careers and would like them to consider their options for the remainder of the school year. “Ana G. Méndez University System is a big family and we want to help our brothers and sisters right away. Therefore, we have established an emergency response plan to help our students relocate to any of our U.S. campuses in the smoothest and fastest possible way so they can complete their semester on time,” said Luis Zayas, Vice-President for National Affairs.
AGMUS has put in effect a special assistance program for students that need to relocate to the continental United States during this emergency and time of need. Our mission is to provide personalized alternatives so that students can continue their academic and professional degrees. Students are encouraged to contact any of our campuses where staff have been dedicated to assist them and develop a personalized study plan that meet their needs. To contact any of our campuses and learn more about options to continue their studies, please contact:
Metro Orlando Campus: (407) 207- 3363
Marlin Brignoni, ext. 1808
Rosa Valera, ext. 1814
South Florida Campus: (954) 885-5595
Nydia Bonilla, ext. 8507
Cinthia Tineo, ext. 8518
Tampa Bay Campus: (813) 932-7500
Debbie Ortega, ext. 8714
Janet Pappalardo, ext. 8733
Capital Area Campus: (800) 854-8181
Marisabel Quiroga, ext. 8407
Carlos Ayala, ext. 8411
Dallas Area Campus: (469) 341-7300
Jessica Ruiz, ext. 5311
Ana Delgado, ext. 5305
The five AGMUS campuses offer students a variety of nearly 30 different bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Business Administration, Nursing, Criminal Justice, Education, Social Work and others. Classes in the United States are taught one week in English and one week in Spanish as part of their distinguished Discipline-Based Dual Language Immersion Model®, This gives students that need to relocate a unique opportunity to improve their English skills. Having a Dual-Language degree allows professionals to advance their careers and enhance their employment opportunities.
AGMUS has carried out relief efforts throughout their five campuses in the United States since last week to assist Puerto Rico in this time of need. The South Florida Campus collected over 350 pallets of supplies that have been sent to the island.
About the Ana G. Méndez University System (AGMUS)
The Ana G. Méndez University System (AGMUS), has a trajectory of more than 65 years of history. It is the fastest growing private institution of higher education in Puerto Rico, with an enrollment of over 44,000 students in its main institutions and 18 university centers in Puerto Rico, Florida, Maryland and Texas. AGMUS also has a television station (Sistema TV), affiliated to the Public Broadcasting System (PBS). The AGMUS institutions are accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education and have gained immense recognition and a privileged position among higher education institutions for offering the first and only bilingual and accelerated adult program in the United States known as the AHORA Program; which is registered under the title Discipline-Based Dual Language Immersion Model® and responds to the real needs of the Hispanic community.
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