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!