Articulation at OCC
Save time and money in college!
Articulation is the process of earning and transferring credits. High School (Secondary) articulation is the process of granting college credit for high school coursework. Post-Secondary (college level) articulation is the process of transferring credits from a community college to a 4-year institution in a specific program. Articulation agreements help minimize coursework duplication and maximize credit transfer. These agreements will help you save time and money!
If you are a high school graduate who completed a career and technical education (CTE) program, you may be eligible to receive college credit for the classes you took in high school. This will give you a head start on your college career by moving into higher level courses at OCC after high school graduation. Review OCC's Articulation Agreements to see if your high school or district tech center participates and which courses are eligible.
OCC has agreements with colleges and universities that guarantee the transfer of specific OCC programs and courses to many 4-year institutions. Counselors can provide you with more information on how these agreements relate to individual transfer plans. Check out OCC's post-secondary articulation agreements to find the ideal transfer pathway for you!