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Articulated Credit

Articulated credit is different than dual credit and dual enrollment in the following ways:

  • To earn articulated credit, high school students must earn a letter grade of "B" or better in their high school course that has an articulated credit agreement with CLC.
  • Articulated credit does not grant you a letter grade on your CLC transcript. Instead, the credit will simply post with a "T" to indicate you have successfully completed that course.
  • Articulated credit does not count in your CLC grade point average.
  • Receiving articulated credit allows you to complete a CLC degree or certificate more quickly, but the credits will not be accepted for transfer to other colleges.

How to get articulated credit:

Questions about articulated credit?

Please contact:

Sarah Stashkiw
Manager, College Readiness and Dual Credit