A special agreement between colleges that defines how students transfer from a community college to a four-year college or university.
A formal agreement between Three Rivers Community College and a four-year college or university which outlines specific course, grade point, and credit requirements necessary to transfer from Three Rivers to that four-year institution. Some articulation agreements are also established with high schools to provide advanced placement opportunities, advanced college credit and tech-prep or 2 +2 articulated college credit.
Formal agreements between or among educational organizations (high schools, technical colleges, four-year colleges and universities) that align courses and career majors from one educational institution to another in a way that facilitates transition without loss of course credit or time for the student.
an official agreement between a community college and a four-year institution which designates the transferability of specific courses and/or degrees.
The community colleges work together with the University of California, the California State University and private postsecondary colleges/universities to establish a course agreement to enable transfer students to receive credit for their academic programs.
An official agreement in which one college agrees to accept specific courses or groups of courses from another college in place of its own courses.
a contract between Bakersfield College and a transfer institution whereby the transfer institution will accept lower division course work from Bakersfield College in lieu of the transfer institutions lower division course work
a contract between institutions whereby transfer coursework will be accepted
a cooperative agreement that facilitates the transfer of students from other institutions to Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
a cooperative agreement that facilitates the transfer of students from other institutions to Indiana University East
a document that specifies the curriculum agreed to by Pellissippi State and a four-year college or university to satisfy the degree requirements at Pellissippi State and at the receiving institution
a formal arrangement to transfer a defined set of academic credits between an academic program of an institution, most often a two-year post-secondary institution, and a program within a college or campus of the University of Minnesota
a formal contract between a community college and a four-year institution, which spells out in detail the courses needed to transfer to the four-year college
a formal, systematic, written collaboration between Southwest Texas Junior College and a higher level university
a formal, systematic, written collaboration between two institutions designed to identify block transfer credits and to clarify requirements to facilitate student transfers between the two institutions
a formal, systematic, written collaboration between two institutions designed to identify equivalent courses and clarify requirements so students can more easily transfer between the two institutions
an agreement between schools that takes the guesswork out of the transfer decision
an agreement between two colleges to accept credit from each other
an agreement between two schools that allow credit at one school to be accepted toward a degree at another school
an agreement with a four-year institution that specifies which SBCC classes may be transferred to meet general education, elective, or major requirements
an arrangement where students are guaranteed a certain amount of academic credit on commencement of a Griffith degree based on study at another institution
a published listing of courses offered at another college that will transfer to USC
a set of transfer plans between two institutions facilitating accurate and efficient transfer between those institutions
a signed document between two colleges or universities that outlines specific guidelines for a seamless transfer from one institution to the other
a written contract between a community college and a four-year institution spelling out the courses that are accepted at a receiving institution
a written contract or a partnership between LaGuardia and a four-year college or university that contains agreed-upon courses or programs that will transfer over to that particular senior institution
the official documents signed by two institutions to establish either course equivalency or acceptability of one course in lieu of another. Having an articulation agreement tells students exactly what they can complete at their present school and what will be accepted by the school to which they will transfer.
A formal agreement between Fulton-Montgomery Community College and a baccalaureate degree granting institution. These agreements are established for specific academic programs and depending on the transfer institution, may assure transfer with junior standing upon completion of the appropriate coursework and achievement of a minimum grade average.
An articulation agreement is an officially approved agreement that matches coursework between schools. These agreements are designed to help students make a smooth transition when transferring from Hagerstown Community College to a four-year institution.
The articulation agreement between all 28 Florida junior/community colleges and the eleven state universities enables students to complete an associate in arts degree at any Florida community college and be admitted automatically into available upper division programs for the last two years of coursework at any university in the SUS.
Document that identifies courses that should be taken at one institution for degree completion at another institution.
A formal agreement with a four-year college which guarantees that an associate degree graduate may transfer with junior status and without loss of credit. Students must meet the criteria set by the four-year institution.
A formal agreement between York County Community College and a four year college or university, which eases transfer to that institution.
Formal agreements with high schools and colleges that enable transfer of partial to full credits toward programs of study at MATC.
Agreements between community and four-year colleges that indicate the acceptability of courses in transfer toward meeting specific degree requirements.
Agreement between Florida's public junior/ community colleges and universities assuring junior-level status to students who complete the community college general education and graduation requirements in university parallel (A. A. degree) programs.
A formal agreement between two higher educational institutions, stating specific policies relating to transfer and recognition of academic achievement in order to facilitate the successful transfer of students without duplication of course work.
An agreement developed between the HCT and another institution that determines course/program equivalencies and outlines procedures for students to transfer between the institutions
A formal agreement between Bond University and another educational institution which specifies status for admission and advanced standing for the applicant.
An agreement between the college and certain high schools or other colleges by which specific courses taken at one institution are allowed for automatic credit at the other institution.