Articulation Agreements

Articulation Agreements are formal agreements between organizations detailing the recognition of college credit between those organizations. Sinclair uses articulation agreements as a means to avoid duplication of resources and to encourage and enhance students' interest in post secondary education and transfer from one institution to another. For the full list of transfer opportunities, please visit the Transfer Student Services page.

For more information about the Sinclair degrees that will transfer to four-year institutions in Ohio, please visit the Degrees/Transfer page.

For more information about the four-year institutions that will accept degrees earned at Sinclair, please visit the Schools/Transfer page.

Incoming Articulation Agreements | Outgoing Articulation Agreements


Outgoing Articulation Agreements

Outgoing agreements with other colleges and universities indicate how Sinclair Community College programs and courses will transfer to those institutions. The following represents the outgoing articulation agreements that are in place:

Antioch University Midwest:
Ashland University:
Bowling Green State University:
Central State University:
Chamberlain College of Nursing:
Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science:
Columbus College of Art and Design
Drexel University Online
Franklin University:
Kettering College:
Miami University:
Notre Dame:
Ohio University:
Salem International University
Southern Illinois University Carbondale:
University of Charleston
University of Cincinnati:
University of Cincinnati, College of Allied Health:
University of Dayton:
 Urbana University:
Western Governors University 
Wilberforce University:
Wilmington College:
Wright State University:
Wright State University-Lake Campus:

 


 

Incoming Articulation Agreements (Prior Learning Assessment)

Documentation of training, including copies of licenses, certifications, or other credentials requiring passing an exam, or completion of a qualified high school program with college-level components, should be submitted to Prior Learning Assessment in the Academic Advising Center. If there is no current articulation agreement for the documentation being presented, it is up to the department chair to approve any course equivalency demonstrated by that documentation, on a case-by-case basis. Equivalent Sinclair courses that can be identified based on this documentation may be eligible to be added to your Sinclair record. or better. These are not always transferable to other colleges, but they count toward fulfilling Sinclair graduation requirements.

Policies:

  1. A student must have completed a Sinclair Community College application and paid the appropriate fees.
  2. No more than 30 credit hours may be earned through articulated credit, proficiency examination, AP, CLEP, DSST, ACE credit and applied toward degree requirements.