What is High School Articulation?
Articulation allows high school students to receive college credit and a grade on a college transcript for their high school course. The credit appears on a student’s college transcript as “Credit by Exam” and the exam grade is the transcript college grade. Active articulation agreements must be in place between the student’s high school class and college class at the time the student was enrolled in the high school class.
Current High School Articulated Courses.pdf
A high school course is eligible for articulation with a college course if it is determined to be comparable primarily by the college discipline faculty member. The discipline faculty work in collaboration with the high school faculty and the Career Education & Academic Pathways office to make this determination.
What is the high school student's role?
- Create an account and enroll in NVC at CCCApply and obtain a NVC Student ID number.
- Set up a student account in CATEMA for the high school course (your high school teacher will assist with this process)
- Complete the high school course with a grade of “B” or better complete the final exam/project process with a grade of "B" or better. (Note: Students that earn a "B" or better in the high school class may decline having the grade on their college transcript.)
- The grade will appear on your transcript as "Credit by Examination".
What is the role of the high school teacher?
If you are a high school teacher and would like the college to consider an articulation agreement for your class, you can complete a High School Class Articulation Request and submit it to the Senior Dean, Career Education & Academic Pathways.
What is the role of the college professor?
If you are college faculty, the document below will give you important information.