Local High School Articulation Agreements
Articulation is a process where students may earn college credits for certain programs they complete in high school. Articulation agreements grant equivalent college credit to students for achieving specific outcomes within their high school program.
Students who successfully complete articulated programs in high school, that have a signed articulation agreement with Harcum College, are granted college credit for specific courses, should they decide to enroll at Harcum College. The number of credits granted will depend on the high school program.
To take advantage of a high school to Harcum College articulation agreement, students must submit an official high school transcript to Harcum College documenting the satisfactory completion of their high school program. Students must also submit to Harcum College a written notice of intent to articulate and all additional required application materials.
College credit for articulated programs will only be awarded to students who have applied for admission to Harcum College within two years after completion of articulated programs and have matriculated into a Harcum College degree within three years after completion of these articulated programs.
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Articulation & Dual Admission Agreements Between Harcum and 4-year Institutions
What is an articulation agreement?
An articulation agreement is a formal agreement that allows credits earned in specific programs at Harcum College to be accepted at another college or university.
What is a dual admissions agreement?
A dual admissions agreement allows a student to enroll in Harcum College and a four-year college at the same time. This also allows a smooth transition into the four-year college at a junior standing if all requirements are met. Please note there are deadlines to completing the 'Intent To Enroll' form and additional criteria. Please contact either the respective institution or the Office of Career & Transfer Services.
Why should students be interested in articulation and/or dual admissions agreements?
If the requirements of these agreements are followed, students will receive a two-year degree from Harcum College and could be accepted with junior status at a four-year college in their chosen major. This is based on the number of credits accepted by the respective college and the academic program that you are entering. It is always best to speak with the respective college's Transfer Counselor or Admissions Office to best determine what courses/credits will transfer to the new college.
Earn a Bachelor's degree by transferring from Harcum and taking advantage of agreements with the following colleges:
- Chestnut Hill College (General Studies)
- Rosemont College (Business, Human Services, General Studies)
- LIM College (Fashion Merchandising)
- Neumann University (ECE)
- Widener University (Human Services)
- Saint Joseph's University (All programs)
- Peirce College (Business)
- Drexel University (Nursing)
- Eastern University (ECE, Nursing)
- Immaculata University (Nursing, Allied Health Sciences)
- Penn College of Technology (Dental Hygiene, Dental Assisting with EFDA, Histotechnician, OTA, PTA, Rad Tech, MLT)
- Grand Canyon University (Nursing)
- Strayer University (All Programs)
- Gwynedd Mercy University (Business, Sports Management, Law & Justice, Rad Tech, Human Services, ECE)
- Wilmington University (All Programs)
The following institutions offer Dual Admission:
- Bloomsburg University (ECE, Law & Justice, Human Services)
- Neumann University (All Programs)