Career Technical Education - Articulation Agreements
Cosumnes River College maintains Career Technical Education articulation agreements with High Schools, Regional Occupation Programs (ROP), and other educational organizations.
For more information about the CRC Articulation Program Contact:
Traci Scott, Outreach Specialist for CTE and High School Articulation at: CRC-HSArticulation (at) crc [dot] losrios [dot] edu or 916-691-7511
To contact your local High School District:
Elk Grove Unified School District: Kathy Hamilton - 916-686-7709
Sacramento City Unified School District: 916-643-9201
Important Information about High School Articulation Credit:
- Students are required to apply to the College and obtain a student ID #, obtain the permission of a parent or guardian, and earn an “A” or a “B” in the course to get college credit.
- Students will be awarded credit that appears on an official transcript in the Summer Session.
- Community College Transcripts will identify high school articulated CTE courses as "credit by exam – high school articulation", as required by California Code of Regulations Title 5. California State University’s and University of California campuses (and other transfer institutions) may or may not give credit for high school articulated CTE courses.
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