Articulation Agreement

The Articulation Program at Atlantic Cape is available to local area high school students. 

  • Atlantic Cape approves certain high school courses as college credit-worthy.
  • Students take courses at their own high school with their teachers.
  • Students who successfully complete courses may fulfill high school graduation requirements and also seek college credit.
  • Students may earn credit for these courses once they have graduated from high school, applied for admission to Atlantic Cape, and completed the majority of their Atlantic Cape degree requirements.
  • To earn college credit for these courses, students must complete the "Student Application for Credit-by-Articulation Form," available in their high school guidance office. The individual course instructors will complete the section of the form for their specific course. This completed form must then be submitted to the Admissions Office within one year of high school graduation.
  • Course credit will be applied to the student's academic record and appear on their college transcript upon their final semester at Atlantic Cape
  • *Please note: Students who have taken the SAT test within the last four years and received a minimum score of 530 in mathematics and a minimum score of 540 in Critical Reading OR have taken the ACT test within the last four years and received a mathematics score of 22 and combined English/Reading score of 47 OR have taken PARCC (valid for 18 months from the time the student graduates) and received a score of 4 or 5 on Grade 11 English Language Arts and Literacy and a score of 4 or 5 on the PARCC Algebra ll test are exempt from the Placement Test requirement.
Meet Our Local High School Students Earning College Credits

Meet Cordelia O'Such

Cordelia Osuch Student

Cordelia O’Such attended Middle Township High School and enrolled in the "Early College" student program at Atlantic Cape. She took advantage of the dual and concurrent credit programs offered to her through her high schoolCordelia began her journey in her sophomore year at the age of 16. The programs allowed Cordelia to earn college credits and degrees in both General Studies and Health Sciences while still in high school. Cordelia graduated in May 2021, receiving her high school diploma and two Associate's degrees from Atlantic Cape! She chose the program because she knew "time was of the essence and saving money was a factor". Fall 2021 Cordelia will attend Monmouth University where she will study Health Sciences. Thanks to Atlantic Cape she is ahead of her dream to go to medical school.

For More Help

Contact your high school guidance office or:

Atlantic Cape's Admissions Office

(609) 343-5000

admissions@atlantic.edu