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Annual Review

Phase I - Articulation Task List


  1. Send annual review letter to each school/career center that includes LCC departmental responses with changes to the program. Advise the school/center that they must: submit an updated Articulation Task List; send documentation that there have been no changes to the high school program or identify that the school/center no longer want to continue articulation and send to LCC.
  2. Review the Articulation Task List.
  3. Forward the Articulation Task List to the LCC faculty for final review and agreement.
  4. Upon agreement, inform the appropriate LCC faculty and staff of the alignment and send a signed copy of the Articulation Task List to the secondary high school/career center.
  5. Maintain a copy of the signed agreement in the school/district file.
  6. Update the CTE Articulation Agreement Database and make changes to the LCC Secondary Articulation Website.


  1. Upon receiving the annual review letter: send documentation that there have been no changes; notify LCC that the school/center no longer wants to continue articulation or revise the previously approved Articulation Task List and send to LCC.

Phase II - Student Articulation Application and Student Proficiency Checklist


  1. Create a master copy of the Student Proficiency Checklist from the Articulation Task List. (Include only those tasks that were aligned with LCC course outcomes on the Student Proficiency Checklist.)
  2. Send an electronic version of the master copy of the Student Proficiency Checklist to LCC to keep on file.
  3. Complete the Student Articulation Application for each student along with the Student Proficiency Checklist. The school will keep a copy of the record and send a copy of both documents to LCC for processing. The application and checklist should only be sent after the student has graduated from high school.
  4. Submit the information for all students who meet 80% proficiency.


  1. Send a letter encouraging the student to enroll at LCC and receive free college credit once the student application and proficiency checklist is submitted.
  2. Verify student eligibility and have the Tech Prep Coordinator sign the Student Articulation Application.
  3. Forward the Student Articulation Application and Student Proficiency Checklist to the Registrar's Office for credit to be awarded. Maintain a copy of the Student Articulation Application in the district/school file.
  4. Generate a yearly report that includes number of students awarded credit by program of study and district.

K-12 Relations at Lansing Community College

Department of K-12 Relations
Mackinaw Building, Room 214
Phone: (517) 483-1723
Fax: (517) 483-9703
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