Get Ahead with Articulated College Credits
Are you a high school student looking to get a head start on your college education? Anoka-Ramsey Community College works collaboratively with area high schools to offer students an opportunity to explore careers, earn college credit and complete a career and community program before graduating from high school. Articulated College Credits (ACC) can save students time and money.
Find out if your high school and CTE courses have an articulation agreement with Anoka-Ramsey by visiting CTECreditMN.com.
What is Articulated College Credit?
Articulated College Credit (ACC) is a credit agreement between local high schools and technical or community colleges that allows you to earn college credits toward a degree. By completing approved ACC courses, you'll receive credit that continues toward a program at Anoka-Ramsey Community College.
You get to explore a career while still in high school, stay in high school classes, and advance completion of a college program sooner- saving money and time.
Articulated Programs at Anoka-Ramsey
Review the current list at CTECreditMN.com.
How to Get Started
- Talk to your high school counselor about approved ACC courses and sign up for classes.
- Visit CTECreditMN.com to search courses by high school or college to see if you are already taking courses that may transfer.
- Attend Anoka-Ramsey to continue your education and receive credit.
- Print your ACC record when registering at a college listed on your ACC Record to receive the credit(s) earned. ACC requires that you enroll and complete a college course at that college in order for the ACC to be added to your college transcript.