Owens Community College enters into a number of different types of agreements to assist our students in pursuing their field of study or transferring after they complete their field of study at Owens. The various types of articulation agreements are described below with links to summaries of the agreements which exist between Owens and various educational partners.
Post Secondary Education Articulation Agreements: These are agreements between Owens Community College and local high schools that create an opportunity for high school students to take college courses on their high school campus. These types of agreements assist high school students in getting a head start on their college education before they graduate from high school.
Tech Prep Articulation Agreements: These are agreements between Owens Community College and Ohio Tech Prep that articulate a pathway from a tech prep student's program of study into the same career pathway at Owens. These types of agreements identify how many college credits a tech prep student can earn in their Tech Prep pathway once the graduate and enter the same career pathway at Owens.
College or University Articulation Agreements: These agreements between Owens Community College and four-year colleges and universities help students who want to transfer after studying or completing their degree at Owens. These articulation agreements are very diverse and range from articulating an Associate's degree from Owens into a Bachelor's degree program at the four-year institution or articulating how one course at Owens is the equivalent to a course at the receiving four-year college or university.