Information for Students and Parents
How do I become an articulated student?
- Locate programs at your school that have existing articulation
agreements with Chabot Community College.
here for links to programs.
- Enroll in an articulated class and complete all
requirement and earn the necessary grade to achieve
articulated college credit.
- Upon graduation from your high school or R.O.P. program, transfer to
Chabot College and continue course work.
After I have completed an articulated course, how do I
receive credit at Chabot College for my work?
- Fill out the
top of the
student form. "Student Application for Articulated
- Attain required signatures from your school.
- Request your instructor to complete the "Student
Application for Articulated Credit" form at the bottom
(your class and grades).
Apply to Chabot College . After applying to
Chabot College you can cite your Chabot student number
("W#) on the "Student Application for Articulated
Ask the school to send the completed "Student
Application for Articulated Credit" Form to Chabot
College. This is called an "official transcript".
- Submit completed application which includes:
- Student Application for Articulated
- Transcripts (sent directly to Chabot
by your school)
- Confirmation that you have applied
to Chabot College or Chabot Student
number (W #)
In order for students to receive articulated credit, the student
must: (1) meet the minimum grade specified in agreement; (2)
apply to Chabot College; and (3) submit an "Student Application for
Articulated Credit" within 6 months of completing course or no more
than 1 year after completing high school; (4) Each student enrolling
in Chabot College shall meet the matriculation requirements in
English and Mathematics held for all entering students; (5) Student
transcripts will reflect grade they received from CCP and will note
that the college credit was received through Credit by Examination
Questions? Please contact CTE Articulation
CC-CTEArticulation@chabotcollege.edu or contact Jane
Church, M.S. , Articulation Officer at