“ It’s essential to do your homework early. The business of transferring can’t be a last minute decision.”
Bart Grachan, NYU
Articulation Agreements between specific community colleges and specific four-year schools are designed to provide a smooth transition from one to the other. Also known as “college partnerships,” they specify which courses taken at the community college level will transfer to the four-year school. Some states have Articulation Agreements that require state-related universities to admit students with A.A. or A.S. degrees from state-approved community colleges. For more about Articulation Agreements, visit the American Association of Community Colleges.