Articulated College Credit

Articulated credit is a process by which a high school student may earn college credit through successful completion of certain high school courses where students achieve learning outcomes, skills and abilities comparable to those covered in a college course. This process is outlined in a written, formal agreement between the school district and college. This allows high school students to move smoothly into postsecondary education without experiencing delay or duplication of courses. The college credit is not awarded until the student is enrolled at the college issuing the articulation agreement and until the student has satisfactorily completed a designated number of credit hours or terms. Because the courses involved are at the high school level, the student pays no tuition.

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