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What Articulation Does For Teachers and Their Programs

  • Establishes an integrated program between secondary and post-secondary education
  • Increases cooperation, support, understanding, and respect among articulated course instructors of secondary and postsecondary institutions
  • Increases course relevancy and enrollment
  • Serves as a marketing tool by making the class desirable to college bound students
  • Helps keep high school courses abreast of “state-of-the-art” technology through shared training, equipment, staff and facilities

How To Get Started

  1. Create an Account on this site if you have not already done so. Once you have successfully logged in you will receive an email confirmation to identify your new password.
  2. Please review course descriptions before you submit an articulation application to ensure the high school course closely approximates the college’s course in content, materials and evaluation methods. View the course descriptions in the Fresno City College and Reedley College catalogs.
  3. Once you find the course you would like to articulate with please contact the Articulation Officer.

My Course Is Articulated - Now What?

  1. Proudly, spread the word; make sure everyone knows! Check your school catalog/guide and make sure your class is noted on the course listing as articulated. Notify your school counselors and records technician of the articulated course. Your school registrar should know which courses have been articulated. In the past, schools have placed a "+" by articulated courses on the high school students’ transcript. We are now requesting that the articulation agreement number be entered along with the course title on student transcripts.
  2. Advertise! Make sure your students know about your High School articulated course.
  3. Prepare your students for the challenge of a High School articulated course. Remember articulation means your course is similar to the course being taught at the college. Students must earn a "C" grade or better in the articulated course to be able to waive the coursework requirements at the post-secondary institution.
  4. Be aware that an articulation agreement must be reached with each individual college. For example, Reedley College (RC) and Fresno City College (FCC) are separate colleges and will have different articulation agreement numbers.
  5. Download blank High School articulation certificates from the Resources page for students who successfully complete an articulated course. It is the teachers’ responsibility to see that these certificates are completed fully and distributed to the students. Instructions for certificate use are on the back of the certificate.
  6. Once students earn 12 college units with a 2.0 grade point average, they are eligible to follow up with the community college registrar (FCC/RC) to have the articulated course added to their college transcript.
  7. Remember, a positive working relationship between the high school/ROP and college instructors is essential. Inviting the college instructor to join your advisory committee and visiting your class are worthwhile ideas. You are also encouraged to visit their college class.
  8. If your articulated course aligns with the Statewide Career Pathways template, SCC will submit your agreement and have it posted online at www.statewidepathways.org. This may offer your students credit at other participating colleges throughout the State of California. Statewide approved articulation are highlighted on the agreements list.

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