Articulation is the process of evaluating courses to determine whether course-work completed at a high school/ROCP/Adult School will meet the requirements at a community college for the purpose of awarding college credit. It is a planned process linking educational institutions and experiences to assist students in making a smooth transition from one level of education to another without experiencing delays or duplication in learning.
An articulation agreement is a formal, written and published document that describes which coursework from the “sending” institution (e.g. high school/RPCP/Adult school is accepted as comparable to or in lieu of coursework at the “receiving” institution (e.g. community college).
For a current list of articulated courses, check the college website or contact the Career and Technical Education Program Manager at (559) 791-2282.