Secondary School Agreements
Central Carolina Technical College has Articulation Agreements with Secondary Schools in Clarendon, Kershaw, Lee and Sumter Counties. This means that students may earn college credit for completion of specified technical courses at the high school level. Prospective students are encouraged to check with guidance counselors and teachers at their high schools and career centers or with Central Carolina Technical College's Registrar to determine whether specific secondary course work is eligible for articulation and to obtain information on requirements and procedures for requesting articulation credit. Completion of competency form by the high school instructor and the level of competency attained will be evaluated as well as the administration of a proficiency examination.
There are procedures that need to be followed in order to obtain articulation credit. You may view the articulation competencies here.
Institutions of Higher Education Agreements
Central Carolina Technical College also participates in the Statewide Articulation Agreement of 86 courses approved by the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education. These courses are eligible for transfer from two-year to four-year public institutions and has been in effect for over a decade. You may check specific courses here at the online SC Transfer and Articulation Center.
In addition to the statewide agreements, CCTC is also participating in a Bridge Program with the University of South Carolina, which provides transfer credit for many of our courses.
CCTC also has specific articulation agreements for the following associate degree programs:
Francis Marion University
Saint Leo University
University of Maryland University College
University of South Carolina
There are regulations and procedures that apply. Please see this page from the College's catalog to find out more.
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Date/Time Published:7/29/2014 17:04