High School Credits into CCBC
Articulation Agreements and other High School Collaborations
Emilie Cherry firstname.lastname@example.org
Emilie Cherry manages the Career Pathways program that allows students to earn free college credits when they successfully complete approved Career and Technology Education (CTE) Pathway Programs in Maryland county high schools. Articulated credits are applied to their college transcript after the student graduates from high school and enrolls at CCBC. Career Pathways begins in high school, continues at CCBC, and culminates in an associate degree, further postsecondary study, or employment. Students can earn from three to twenty-three college credits depending on the specific Completer program. Students completing a minimum of four high school credits in their Career Completer program with a technical grade point average of B or better are eligible to receive articulated college credits upon enrollment to CCBC.
Career Pathways webpage:
Prior Learning Assessments into CCBC & Reverse Transfer
Earning Credit for What you Already Know
Rob Baker email@example.com
Rob Baker manages the college wide programs of Prior Learning Assessment and Reverse Transfer.
Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) programing supports the needs of students who have acquired college-level learning outside of traditional academic settings. An example of this learning is education and training acquired from non-accredited entities (e.g. corporations, industry associations, labor unions, governmental and non-governmental organizations). CCBC can work with these entities to develop articulation agreements that are focused on matching up their learning outcomes and coursework with appropriate college credit at CCBC.
Reverse Transfer programs provide former CCBC students who left prior to completing a degree with the opportunity to use coursework at their current 4-year institution toward the completion of an associate degree at CCBC. Currently CCBC has Reverse Transfer agreements with:
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
University of Maryland University College
Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) webpage:
CCBC Credits into 4-year Colleges and Universities
Articulation Agreements and Transfer Alliances for Higher Education
Nicole Zairi 443-840-4647 firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicole manages the Articulation Agreements and Transfer Alliances with the 4-year schools both within the Maryland System, Maryland privates, and out-of-state universities. These agreements commit one institution to accept comparable courses taken at another institution. Over the years, CCBC has established first-rate partnerships with many schools and colleges and universities. These agreements list specific policies, conditions, and guidelines to assist you with the transfer process and ensure successful articulation/transfer of credits.
Nicole also manages the ARTSYS database for CCBC, and she coordinates various other types of transfer agreements; some with community colleges, and a few with other types of discount and alliance agreements. You can find a list of them on the websites below.
CCBC Online Transfer Center:http://www.ccbcmd.edu/transfer/index.html
Articulation and Transfer Alliance Agreements:http://www.ccbcmd.edu/agreements/collegesearch.html