Creating a college and career plan with articulated credit saves time and money!

An arrow depicting credit earning process from high school to Oakland Community College to university level

Articulation is the process of earning credit today toward a future degree. Starting as early as high school, students can earn credits that are accepted at OCC. Credits from OCC can also transfer to 4-year college and university programs.

Secondary Articulation refers to credits that are earned in high school and are accepted by the community college. Secondary articulation enables a student to enter a college program at a higher level, saving time and money. Find out what credits transfer.

Post- Secondary Articulation refers to credits that transfer from a community college to a 4-year institution. OCC has over 200 articulation agreements with 4-year schools. These schools will typically accept 60-90 community college credits to fulfill the requirements of the first 2-3 years of a Bachelor Degree.This dramatically lowers the total cost of a 4-year Degree, by as much as $24,000 – 36,000!

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