Articulations are agreements that Everett Community College and a school district enter into that allows students to take Professional Technical high school classes and earn college credit. Each high school submits class material for review to the Tech Prep program at EvCC. Those classes are then reviewed by EvCC instructors ensuring that all course outcomes and competencies are being met at the high school level. Once this framework is approved, students can then register for their high school classes in SERS. Students must earn a grade of B or better and complete the entire course to earn college credit. Because each district offers different articulations, students should check with their high school counselor or CTE director for an up to date list of eligible classes.
Once a year EvCC transcribes all Tech Prep classes and students earning a B or better will have an official college record created. Those classes will become part of the students official EvCC transcript. Students can log into their SERS account to retrieve their EvCC SID which they will need to access MyEvCC and get a copy of their unofficial transcript. Students can also order a copy of an official transcript online.
The state maintains a database for articulations in each school district within the Sno-Isle/Everett Community College Consortium. Please note, your school is your best resource for accurate articulation information.