Students who graduate from Ohio career tech high school programs can receive credit for college courses that duplicate the experience the student had in high school. Credit-eligible courses and the number of available credits are specified in an articulation agreement–a formal document signed by the high school and college that outlines available credit and requirements to obtain it.
Ohio career tech programs offer two types of articulation:
A bi-lateral agreement links one high school and one college. These are typically agreements between local partners and demonstrate on-going collaboration. Statewide agreements (CT2) are agreements between multiple high school and colleges. Secondary and postsecondary programs in specific technical fields usually require industry certification. Partners must qualify to be included in the CT2 offering.
Cincinnati Area Bi-lateral Agreements
Click here to search for bi-lateral or local agreements your program may have. Documents can be printed and reviewed as you consider your college options.
Statewide Agreements CT2
Click here to search for CT2 agreements your program may have. Your high school must submit an application for you to receive this credit.