High School Credit Transfer Agreements
Articulation agreements make it possible for students to receive credit for Southeast Tech courses if they have successfully completed certain high school course work. Students who articulate course work pay only a small transcripting fee per credit. Some articulation agreements allow students to bypass a particular course at Southeast Tech to take higher-level course work. High school and post-secondary instructors work together to develop articulation agreements.
Credit is awarded based on the competencies the student has mastered in high school courses, academic performance, portfolio review, or the results of a written examination or skill test. Southeast Tech’s staff will make every effort to inform students about articulation agreements; however, it is the student’s responsibility to request advanced standing credit. Below are Southeast Tech's Secondary to Post-secondary Articulation Agreements.
View the current High School Articulation Agreements
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