An articulation agreement is a contractual agreement between two institutions that outline how courses that are acceptable for transfer apply toward meeting specific degree or program requirements in either institutions. UCF acknowledges the Statewide 2+2 articulation agreements that are codified in Section 1007.24 of the Florida Statutes and Chapter 6A-10.024, Florida Administrative Code. The purpose of articulation agreements is to foster seamless academic transfer and reduce excess hours. This page outlines the process of initiating AA to BA/BS articulation agreements, dual enrollment articulation agreements, and provides a list of current agreements. For more information about articulation agreements please contact the Division of Teaching and Learning at TLAA@ucf.edu.
Articulation Agreements Process
UCF encourages program specific AA to BA/BS articulation agreements when there is interest between a department offering the program at UCF and a state college. An articulation agreement can be initiated by a program coordinator, department chair, associate dean, or dean, by contacting a corresponding peer at the state college. You can access the articulation agreement workflow/process through this link (insert hyperlink for the articulation agreement workflow/process). Click here to view the list of active articulation agreements (insert hyperlink)
2+2 Statewide Articulation Agreement
The State of Florida maintains articulation agreements with state colleges where students will be able to graduate with an A.A. Degree and attend one of the twelve universities.
Allows eligible high school or home education students to enroll in and complete college courses that count towards their high school graduation requirements (pursuant to 1007.271, F.S.). Students who dual enroll at UCF are allowed to take up to seven credit hours. Early Admission is a form of dual enrollment through which eligible secondary students enroll in a postsecondary institution on a full-time basis in courses that are creditable toward the high school diploma and the associate or baccalaureate degree. High school students who have completed their junior and are eligible for dual enrollment, may enroll at UCF on full-time basis (a minimum of 12 credits and a maximum of 15 credits). A high school student interested to participate in dual enrollment/early admission should first contact their high school counselor to discuss the possibility of dual enrollment. The high school counselor should contact TLAA@ucf.edu to inquire if there is DE articulation agreement. If the articulation agreement is in place, the student should apply (hyperlink to the UCF admission webpage) to UCF as a dual enrollment student.