High School Articulation to Glen Oaks
and Career Technical Education (CTE)

 
CTE-BANNER
 
Articulation is the process where students may earn college credits for certain courses they take in high school. It provides an opportunity for high school and community college courses to blend, thus granting equivalent college credit to students for achieving specific competencies in identified courses within the local school district. Articulation is the responsibility of all those involved: post-secondary personnel, secondary personnel, students, and parents. By providing the competency record (STAR) and signing the articulation certificate, the instructor and CTE official are stating that they are confident the student is competent and able to meet the student expectations outlined in the individual articulation agreements. The student must enroll at Glen Oaks Community College within 24 months following high school graduation to qualify for the articulation credit. There is no guarantee that articulated credits will transfer to other colleges or training institutions.
 

The following have articulation agreements with Glen Oaks:

  • St. Joseph County ISD

— Direct Credit Agreements

  • Branch County ISD
  • Lakeland High School, IN

 

How do I get started?

Direct Credit — New Students

  • Meet with your school counselor to get enrolled in CTE classes

 

Direct Credit — Current CTE students

  • Contact your CTE instructor for a Glen Oaks Articulation Certificate

 

Articulation Credit

  • Complete a Glen Oaks Community College application form and give that to the College’s Admission Office.
  • After completion of the CTE class, present the certificate(s) signed by the CTE instructor and a St. Joseph County CTE Consortium official to the Glen Oaks Registrar’s Office.
Articulation Credit

  • Complete a Glen Oaks Community College application form and give that to the College’s Admission Office.
  • After completion of the CTE class, present the certificate(s) signed by the CTE instructor and a Branch County CTE Consortium official to the Glen Oaks Registrar’s Office.
Articulation Credit

  • Complete a Glen Oaks Community College application form and give that to the College’s Admission Office.
  • After completion of the CTE class, present the certificate(s) signed by the CTE instructor and a Lakeland County CTE Consortium official to the Glen Oaks Registrar’s Office.
  • A student must enroll in Glen Oaks Community College with 24 months following high school graduation in order to be eligible for college credit under the articulation and direct credit agreement. (There is no guarantee that articulated credits will transfer to other colleges or training institutions)
For Articulation Agreements

  • Assure student has met articulation competencies
  • Provide a signed articulation agreement

 

For Direct Credit Agreements

  • Assist students through the enrollment process including registration
  • Administer Accuplacer Testing
  • Monitor Drop/Adds
For Articulation Agreements

  • Assure student has met articulation competencies
  • Provide a signed articulation agreement
For Articulation Agreements

  • Assure student has met articulation competencies
  • Provide a signed articulation agreement
  • The Registrar will evaluate each certificate and verify courses
  • Approved for Articulation
  • The student will receive a copy of the articulation evaluation in order to be aware of the number of credits granted for articulated courses.
  • Credits brought in under this agreement will be used towards the total credits needed to complete a program. (The total number of credits granted to a student will depend on the program that students enter into)

 



 
A student must enroll in Glen Oaks Community College with 24 months following high school graduation in order to be eligible for college credit under the articulation and direct credit agreement. (There is no guarantee that articulated credits will transfer to other colleges or training institutions)

 

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