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Early College Credit

Articulated courses allow high school students to receive college credit for classes they complete in high school. Students may elect to include credits earned through an articulated course on their college transcript. The articulation process eliminates the need for duplication of courses at the college level.

What is Articulation?
Articulation is the process of evaluating courses to determine whether coursework completed at a high school meets the requirements at a community college or post-secondary institution.  Agreements made can include course-to-course equivalency for dual credit, credit by exam or advanced placement.

For more information about the articulated courses available on your campus, contact your school counselor or ROP career specialist, or view this articulated course list.


Click on the appropriate community college below for instructions on how to obtain articulated credit for successful completion of a high school articulated course.