Articulation

Articulation at OCC

Save time and money in college!

High School CTE (Career and Technical Education) articulation is the process of granting college credit for successfully completing a CTE course or program.  To see if your high school or CTE center has a credit agreement with OCC, visit High School (Secondary).  Articulation agreements help minimize coursework duplication and maximize credit transfer.  In other words, a high school CTE articulation agreement will help you save time and money!

So if you are a high school student who recently completed a career and technical education (CTE) program, and OCC has an active articulation agreement with your school district, we encourage you to apply for articulated credit at ______________.  This will give you a head start on your college career by moving into higher level courses at OCC before or after high school graduation.

Questions

Would you like assistance with transfer credit agreements (articulation agreements) or transfer oriented questions?
The Counseling Office at each campus assists students with up-to-date information on transfer credit agreements (articulation agreements), course transferability, the applicability and utilization of transfer credits, transfer questions and much more. 

Is your college or university is interested in developing or enhancing academic partnerships?
Please contact the Director of Academic Partnerships.