An articulation agreement is a formal agreement between two or more educational entities to accept credits in transfer toward a specific academic program ( Board Policy 3.21.1 Undergraduate Course Credit Transfer)

Resources for administrators and transfer specialists

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Minnesota Transfer
A resource for students, transfer specialists and educators. This site contains a wealth of resources, information, and tools to assist high school counselors and transfer specialists in their work with transfer students. Find a Transfer Specialist

An Articulation Agreement Process webinar recorded Nov. 6, 2013 has been posted on the mntransfer site: http://www.mntransfer.org/educators/transfer/e_overview.php. Contact Shannan.Ellis@so.mnscu.edu for more information.

Minnesota Transfer: Course Information
Access specific course descriptions and course outlines including learner outcomes by colleges or university.

Minnesota Department of Education: College and Career Readiness
The Minnesota Department of Education provides and supports the development of quality resources, tools and strategies designed to assist students as they transition from middle school to high school and into an increasingly wide array of postsecondary options.

CTE Credit Minnesota
A group of Technical and Community Colleges, High Schools, and a Technical Center working together to provide information about how to earn Articulated College Credit while still in high school.

Lifetime of Learning
The Southern Minnesota Articulated College Credit Certificate Request Project represents the cooperation of 8 Carl Perkins Consortiums and 17 post-secondary campuses across Southern Minnesota. The purpose of this joint project is to provide students in participating high schools the opportunity to earn college credit for classes they take in high school.

Project Lead The Way
PLTW has developed a four-year sequence of courses which, when combined with college preparatory mathematics and science courses in high school, introduces students to the scope, rigor, and discipline of engineering and engineering technology prior to entering college.

College Credit
Public universities and colleges throughout Minnesota offer college credit recognition to students who complete PLTW courses. Please check the MN PLTW university and college listings  on the Parents and Students section of the MNPLTW website carefully as each institution acknowledges PLTW uniquely for individual programs.

TEMPLATES
High School to College Articulation Agreement
PLTW Articulation Agreement