You can earn a bachelor's or master's degree from
Governors State University at Triton College


Governors State University (GSU) has offered academic programs at Triton College through the University Center partnership since 2008. These programs include the Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice, Bachelor of Social Work, Bachelor of Health Administration, and the Master of Public Administration.

Students from surrounding community colleges, as well as Triton College students, can enroll in the GSU bachelor's degree programs offered at Triton College once they complete their associate degree or have earned at least 60 semester credit hours from a regionally-accredited institution of higher education. Qualified students from the region are also encouraged to take advantage of the Master of Public Administration program offered at Triton.

GSU is a public university offering quality undergraduate and graduate programs at the most afforable tuition of any university in the Chicago area. GSU programs are transfer-friendly and allow students to transfer their entire associate degree to the university. GSU is a student-centered university with an average class size of 14 and where faculty and staff are committed to empowering students and helping them achieve their professional goals. 

For more information on GSU and the programs offered at Triton, visit www.govst.edu.


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 For more information, contact Nancy Kaczmarczyk at:
708-235-3983;or Julie Anderson-Muniz at:
708-534-4086;or
Agne Juskaite, Dual Degree Program Transfer Specialist at:
708-235-7534
Agne's Fall/Spring Office Hours - every Wed,  9a-5p in B-113E.