Students and Parents
Articulating a class allows students to earn college credit while still in high school and/or ROP. Students can earn college credit for successfully completing a high school articulated course minimize course repetition, saving money, time, and effort. If the student is not granted credit through the credit by examination or portfolio process, it does not impact their college transcript or financial aid eligibility.
How Students Earn Credit in Articulated Classes
- Talk to your high school teacher and let him/her know that you are interested in pursuing the college credit at the end of your course. An active articulation agreement must be in place for the course and school district at the time the student was enrolled in the high school class. Your high school teacher will know if one is in place.
- Earn a “B” or higher in examination/project/portfolio process. Grades below a “B” are not eligible for credit and will not appear on your Citrus College transcript.
- Obtain a Citrus College Student ID number. Retain your Citrus College Student ID number/login information/passwords in a safe place as you will need them often.
- Contact the Career Pathways Specialist at Citrus College and visit the Citrus College website to learn more about Career and Technical Education and Career Pathways.