MSJC and the Instructor
MSJC provides guidance
for students, parents and high school/ROP staff regarding the Mt. San Jacinto College
procedures for the college and secondary articulation process. We have staff available to come to your school to provide a CTE presentation, distribute materials and provide assistance with the MSJC student application
The Career Education
Special Programs Office, formerly known as School-to-Career/Tech-Prep, manages the high school (2+2) articulation processes. The office has been designated as a resource to assist both college
faculty and high school or ROP staff in the development of requests to articulate high school courses
The process for establishing an articulation agreement for a high school or ROP course can be initiated by either the community college
faculty in the appropriate discipline or the staff of the high school or ROP course. The most productive method is for all parties to collaborate on the requests.
The Career Education
Special projects office facilitates group meetings as needed to bring high school/ROP and college faculty together for the review of curriculum and the development of requests to articulate courses.
Help Your Students Get Ahead
Your students’ extremely tight schedules restrict their options regarding elective courses. By articulating courses in your career
pathway, you offer students the opportunity to earn skills comparable to those of college students, better preparing them for the next level of education required for success in their career paths.
Help your students’ parents save money they would otherwise have to spend on college tuition
. Give parents the opportunity to give their children a start on a college education
while still enrolled
in high school. You want the best for your department and your school.
- Reduces the possibility of students repeating unnecessary course work.
- Allows students to earn college credit for high school classes.
- Helps prepare students for entry-level positions in the workplace.
- Students save money on the cost of college tuition and textbooks
- Students will obtain basic skills and knowledge helping them to become both "career and college ready"
Find out more...
MSJC Articulation Handbook Fall 2013.pdf
Grade Verification Form Attachment E.pdf
Grade Verification Form Attachment E continued.pdf
Student Information Worksheet Attachment F.pdf
Articulation Agreement summary OCT 13.pdf
MSJC - Getting Credit by Articulation Info.pdf
High School Articulation College Credit Awards Charts.pdf
For more information please contact the Career & Technical Education, Special Program's Office
951-487-3435 or firstname.lastname@example.org