The North Carolina Articulation Agreement (CAA) deals with the admission of community university graduates to UNC institutions and the transfer of credits between NC Community College Systems institutions and University of North Carolina institutions. The CAA gives certain assurances to the transferring student, for example: 3 articulation agreements The purpose of an articulation agreement is to allow students to complete an associate degree course and move on to a related bachelor`s degree course with minimal loss of credits and duplication. Each articulation agreement describes the specific courses to be taken at WCCCD to complete the WCCCD Associated Degree and successfully enroll in a four-year university with minimal credit loss. The purpose of the Transfer Agreement (MACRAO) is to facilitate the transfer of community colleges to baccalaureate colleges and universities. It provides for the transferability of up to 30 points to meet many (and in some cases) all education criteria at participating four-year colleges and universities in Michigan. Students can conclude the MACRAO transfer agreement as part of an associated degree or as a standalone package. The College Transfer Advice Center (CTAC) offers students seeking associate degrees in the arts, associate in science, engineering, associate in general education, and associate in general education-nursing, a central place to seek academic advice. The purpose of the Orientation Center is to serve, guide, and support students who are preparing to move to a four-year college/university or preparing to apply for restricted health programs. Articulation agreements simplify the complexity of choosing the courses to be taken. They eliminate guesswork about portability.
Outside of AAC, the following articulation agreements have been established to assist Wayne Community College students: A student may use the articulation guide requirements that apply at the time of the student`s first registration at a Community College or the requirements of a subsequent articulation guide. . . .