Columbia University Articulation Agreement

The Coalition`s Application Transfer Report, which collects information about your status at your current institution, must be completed by a school official such as a counsellor, dean or registrar of your current institution. This form can attach your official transcript to the university. Transfer reports must be sent electronically to ugrad-confirm@columbia.edu if they cannot attach your official transcript. For more information on articulated schools, please contact your campus. The following schools have concluded articulation agreements with Columbia College: the establishment of the articulation between the institutions ensures that the community student follows the right courses. C-ID numbers help students identify comparable courses at different community colleges, even if the courses have different titles and numbers. Successful completion of an articulated course assures the student and faculty that the student has received the necessary instructions and preparation from the „sending“ institution to be able to successfully transition to the „receiving“ institution. In summary, articulated courses help students make better course choices, allowing them to achieve their educational goals faster and at a lower cost. The 3-2 Combined Plan is a guaranteed transfer agreement between Columbia University`s School of Engineering and many Liberal Arts Colleges. Under the combined 3-2 plan, students study for three years at liberal arts colleges, then spend two years at Columbia as an engineer. At the end of five years, students earn two bachelor`s programs, a B.A. from their Liberal Arts Colleges and a B.S. from Columbia.

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