PHASE II - PROGRAM ADDENDUM TO GENERAL ARTICULATION OF SPECIFIC HIGH
SCHOOL, INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT COURSES
The following is the recommended process for articulation of
SECONDARY/ POSTSECONDARY INSTRUCTORS RESPONSIBILITIES:
School district or secondary instructor makes articulation request in a
program area to the Tech Prep Coordinator. Meeting is scheduled with
secondary and LCC faculty and staff.
The course objectives, competencies, and mastery levels required in an
area are shared. The secondary instructor reviews and compares the secondary
course and objectives to the LCC course and objectives.
Meeting at the high school with secondary instructor and administrator,
LCC counterpart, and Tech Prep Coordinator to discuss and review course
comparison, text used, view classroom facilities, etc. Any questions or
concerns are discussed.
A Student Proficiency Check List aligning LCC outcomes with the high
school outcomes is developed and submitted to LCC Department Coordinator for
review and sign off.
The checklist is sent to the Tech Prep Coordinator for review and sign
Memo with copy of approved checklist is sent to high school.
Original checklist is sent to LCC Academic Affairs office for filing.
TECH PREP COORDINATOR'S RESPONSIBILITIES:
At time of articulation request, arranges meeting of LCC faculty and
secondary faculty. Orients faculty and administrators to articulation
process, if necessary.
Facilitates communication between faculty as comparisons and competencies
Reviews comparisons of objectives and competencies for clarity and
Forwards comparisons and competency records to the program for final
review and signoff.
Upon receipt of approved crosswalk, coordinator signs off and sends
approval memo and copy of signed crosswalk to the appropriate secondary and
Coordinator, secondary and post-secondary faculty develops an Education
Development Plan and information sheet for the program.
Verify student eligibility, enrollment and student number.
In cooperation with the LCC Enrollment Services/Registrar Office,
monitors students applications, placement and performance once enrolled at
Lansing Community College. Disseminates this information to local school
districts and faculty.
Conducts biennial review of articulation agreements with ( ) School
district and Lansing Community College.
SCHOOL DISTRICT RESPONSIBILITIES:
Identify a contact person responsible for facilitation of the
articulation agreements between district and LCC.
Complete Program Articulation Application. Must include the student
competency record certifying levels of achievement (grades) and student
attendance in all classes for which articulation credit is being requested.
(Please note required signatures).
Attach a current high school transcript.
Make copy of information prior to sending to LCC Enrollment
Send all forms to:
Enrollment Services/Registrar's Office
Attention: Records Staff
Lansing Community College
P.O. Box 40010
Lansing, Michigan 48901
Process Program Articulation Application.
After verification by the Academic Affairs Office, records articulated
credit on student transcript. Sends updated transcript to student.
Maintain on-going records of articulated students for reporting purposes.
Request his/her school to forward Program Articulation Application,
Student Competency Record, and High School transcript to Lansing Community
College, Enrollment Services/Registrar.
Enroll at LCC within 24 months following high school.
Verify that Program Articulation Application is on file at the LCC
Enrollment Services/Registrar's Office. If not, contact the LCC Academic
Verify that articulated credits have been recorded on transcript by
course code, title and credit hours. If not, contact the LCC Enrollment
Services/Registrar's Office. Tuition will not be charged for articulated
The articulation process depends on all involved accepting responsibility for
its success. Open communication, trust and willingness to work together between
student, parent, secondary, and community college personnel leads to a
"seamless," non-duplicative process for students moving from one educational
institution to another.
Revised: June 2004