Articulated College Credit
Students who successfully complete their Wilson Talent Center (WTC) program have the opportunity to earn articulated college credit from a variety of colleges and/or universities.
What is Articulated Credit?
Articulated credit is college credit earned while a student is in high school. The credit is awarded for a career and technical education high school course that is associated with a comparable college-level course, for which there is a signed articulation agreeement between the CTE program and the college. Articulated credit can then be applied towards a degree or certificate program as long as the student applies to that college or university.
For a list of colleges that each WTC program has an articulation agreement with, see the Articulated College Credit Sheet.