May 26, 2020  
2019-2020 Student Handbook and Undergraduate Catalog 
  
2019-2020 Student Handbook and Undergraduate Catalog

Credit By Articulation


Southeast Arkansas College has articulation agreements in place with area high schools and vocational centers which allow a student to enroll and complete high school technical career education courses that qualify for college credit at Southeast Arkansas College. Articulation is the process of awarding college credit for high school students for the mastery of competencies in a high school technical career education course that is equivalent to a college course. College credit will be awarded to the student after the student completes high school, enrolls at Southeast Arkansas College, and earns a minimum of 12 student semester credit hours.

Following high school graduation, those students who wish to continue their education at SEARK College and be eligible for the articulated credit must request that a transcript and a skills profile folder from the high school or vocational center be sent to the SEARK College Admissions Office. The skills profile will document the measurement of each competency utilizing the assessment instrument developed by the combined resources of the high school and SEARK College. It is the student’s responsibility to request the SEARK College Admissions Office to process the high school articulated hours upon completion of the required 12 student semester credit hours on the SEARK College campus. This process will be facilitated by the Dean of Technical Studies & Workforce Development and the appropriate SEARK College faculty.