Articulated College Credit (ACC)

What is Articulated College Credit (ACC)?

ACC is a link between high school and two-year college programs. ACC will provide you with recommendations for math, science and communication courses, as well as courses in your specific occupation area of interest. High school and college instructors work together to create smooth pathways for students moving into technical college education.

What Can ACC Do For Me?
ACC can help you prepare for post-secondary education and the world of work. Some high school ACC courses will allow you to earn advanced standing (college credits) at St. Cloud Technical College and other technical colleges. Other courses will help you to be sure that you're ready to succeed at the college level in academic areas. ACC gives you a head start! ACC certificates mean that you can save time and money!

Can I Get College Credit For These Courses?
Yes!! If you successfully complete courses that are identified in your registration handbook, you will be eligible to receive a ACC certificate. That certificate will allow you to receive credit for a similar course at St. Cloud Technical College. NOTE: Student data is collected for the purpose of issuing ACC College Credit certificates and used by secondary and post-secondary for reporting program effectiveness. Any public reports are in aggregate form and protect student identity.

How Much Will This Cost?
Nothing! ACC courses are free, just like the rest of your high school courses. Our high school has a special partnership agreement with St. Cloud Technical College to offer this opportunity.

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