Northark provides a means for local high school students to receive college credit for secondary school courses that are similar in content and standards to Northark courses. By articulating certain college courses with courses taught in area high schools, Northark helps students make a smooth transition from high school to college without experiencing delays, duplication of courses, or loss of credit.
By mutual agreement between Northark and the participating high school, students completing these articulated courses with a grade of “A” or “B” will receive Northark college credit for these courses upon enrollment at Northark. Northark will not charge tuition or fees for course credit earned under approved Articulated Course Agreements.
High school students who complete articulated courses gain the following benefits:
- Elimination of duplicated coursework between high school and college.
- Better preparation for college work in their chosen area of interest.
- Significant savings in tuition and book costs since articulated courses are available at no cost to the student.
For more information, contact Nell Bonds, dean of outreach, at 870-391-3181 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact Kristy Thomas at 870-391-3217 or email her at email@example.com.