The CTE Transitions and course articulation program helps high school students move smoothly and efficiently from high school to college CTE programs. High School and ROP students who successfully complete CTE courses that have been articulated with OCC can receive credit for those courses at OCC.
Articulation is the process that specifies high school and ROP CTE courses which are comparable to OCC CTE courses. Students who successfully complete an articulated course in high school or ROP may receive college credit for those courses when they enroll at OCC. Receiving articulation credit can save students time and money and allow them to advance to a higher level class in their chosen career pathway. OCC counselors can provide information and guidance to students about articulation.