Articulation Agreements

What is Articulation?

Articulation is a specific class or classes taken by a student in a high school, ROP programs or adult schools where the student recieves college credit for the class at Cerritos College. Cerritos College has waived residency requirements for the students to receive college credit.

Benefits of Articulation:

  1. Students earn college credit while in high school, ROP or adult school program

  2. Students do not need to repeat coursework at the college

  3. Students get basic skills and knowledge prior to college

  4. Ultimately, student decrease the cost of college tuition and textbook fees, and can complete their college program sooner.

For updated and current Articulation Agreements please visit the Statewide Career Pathways Website 

Students: Learn how to earn college credit

High Schools, ROP, or Adult Schools: Learn the process of articulating a course

Note: Educational Partnerships & Programs serves as the office that prepares the articulation agreements and oversees the articulation process, but only Cerritos College faculty can determine to articulate a course with a high school, ROP, or adult school.