Minnesota high school students (grades 10, 11, 12) may explore career opportunities through specific high school courses. Students may then receive Articulated College Credit through one of the colleges participating in the Minnesota Career and Technical Consortia. The Consortium is a group of Minnesota high schools and colleges working together to provide students a link from high school to college. More than 40 SCC classes have established articulation agreements with area high schools. Upon completion of the course(s) and requirements, students receive credit from their high school instructors.
Proof of earned agreements must be presented to the college admissions office prior to registration. Visit CTE Credit MN to download your Articulated College Credit record at any time after you have completed your high school ACC course. Check with your high school to determine which courses are articulated within your school district and how to participate.