Find the current North Carolina High School to Community College Articulation Agreement here.



2016 review of the NC High School to Community College Articulation Agreement

This is the 2016 review of the NC High School to Community College Articulation Agreement to evaluate the course matches that should be included or removed from the Agreement.

Course matches on the current articulation agreement that are not being discussed here will remain in the agreement.

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Directions for completing the on-line review of articulated courses.

Local Review Worksheet (doc 32kb) - used to gather the data.

List of the proposed Articulated Items. (xls 28kb)

NOTE:All comments should be entered by Friday, December 16, 2016.


Webinar held on September 30, 2016, to discuss the update process



Background on the Articulation Agreement

Articulation, as the term is used in the North Carolina High School to Community College Articulation Agreement, is a seamless process that joins secondary and postsecondary education and minimizes duplication of effort.

The articulation agreement includes approximately 70 high school CTE courses that match the learning objectives found in similar community college courses. The articulation agreement allows that if a student passes one of these identified courses with a final grade of B or better and has a postassessment score of 93 or better, the student can receive credit for that course at any community college in North Carolina. This eliminates the need for a student to retake a course at college that he or she has already passed in high school.



Questions about updating the Articulation Agreement should be directed to Chris Droessler