Articulation agreements are designed to build strong relationships between two-year institutions and Columbia College Chicago so that transfer students understand exactly what courses will and will not transfer when they enroll at Columbia. Not to be confused with course equivalencies which identify whether or not individual courses will apply towards a degree at Columbia, articulation agreements identify how an entire group of courses from an awarded Associate degree will apply towards a degree at Columbia.
LAS Core Articulation Agreements identify how the general education core requirements met by a student at the partner institution will apply towards the Liberal Arts and Sciences (LAS) Core requirements at Columbia.
Program Articulation Agreements identify how program or department requirements met by a student at the partner institution will apply towards the related degree program at Columbia.
Articulation Agreements can be initiated from within Columbia College or by a potential partner institution. An external contact must initiate an agreement through a Columbia contact or the Assistant Provost.
For more information about the Articulation Agreement development process, read this document:
- Articulation Agreement Process (for domestic agreements only)
These forms are used to initiate the Articulation Agreement development process:
If you have questions about the process, contact Assistant Provost Pegeen Quinn at firstname.lastname@example.org or (312) 369-6891.