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Debby Peery
660-646-3414 OR fax 660 646 3568
dpeery@grts.org

Certificates of Articulated Credit

Students who attend courses at Grand River Technical School, have the opportunity to earn articulated college credit. Articulated credit offers students a way to save money and time completing an Associate in Applied Science degree.

Grand River Technical School works with the following colleges to award articulated college credit:

  • North Central Missouri College
  • Metropolitan Community Colleges
  • Linn State Technical College
  • State Fair Community College
GRTS PROGRAM AREA HOURS TO EARN SCHOOL ACCEPTING CREDIT
Auto Service Technology 30 North Central Missouri College
  10 Metropolitan Community Colleges
  16 Linn State Technical College

 

Collision Repair 30 North Central Missouri College
  26 Metropolitan Community Colleges
  8 Linn State Technical College

 

Building Trades 30 North Central Missouri College
  6 State Fair Community College

 

Child Care North Central Missouri College

 

Industrial Maintenance 30 North Central Missouri College
  24 State Fair Community College
  9 Moberly Area Community College

 

Computer Networking 30 North Central Missouri College

 

Computer Service 30 North Central Missouri College

 

Industrial Welding 30 North Central Missouri College

 

Diesel Technology 30 North Central Missouri College

 

EMT/Paramedic 30 North Central Missouri College
 
Business
-
Accounting I & II
-Entrepreneurship
-Micro Computer Applications
9 Metropolitan Community Colleges
Business
-Accounting I & II
3 Moberly Area Community College

 

Agriculture
-Plant Science
-Animal Science 
6 North Central Missouri College
In order to meet guidelines to receive articulated college credit, students must meet the criteria set forth by each college.

North Central Missouri College:

  1. Maintain a 90% attendance in the training program.
  2. Earn a grade of "C" or above in the training program.
  3. Enroll at NCMC within 15 months of graduation or completing the GRTS program.
  4. Present the white copy of the certificate of articulation along with your high school or GRTS transcript to NCMC at the time of application for admission.
  5. Complete 12 hours of credit at NCMC before articulated credit will be applied to transcript.
  6. Earn a 2.0 ("C") grade point average in those 12 college hours.
  7. Complete Form 3-A, Application for College Credit, and submit to the Registrar.

Metropolitan Community Colleges:

  1. Maintain a 90% attendance in the training program.
  2. Earn a grade of "B" or above in the training program.
  3. Enroll at MCC within 24 months of graduation or completing the GRTS program.
  4. Complete 15 hours of credit at MCC before articulated credit will be applied to transcript.

Linn State Technical College:

  1. Earn a grade of "B" or above in the training program.
  2. Demonstrate acceptable levels of knowledge, skills and behavior for the program of study.
  3. Receive a score of 75% or higher on the NATEF End-of-Program exams (Automotive Technology, only).
  4. Articulation credit must be used within the first year after high school graduation with the exception of statewide articulation agreements.

State Fair Community College:

  1. Earn a grade of "B" or better in the training program.
  2. Students must complete a 'Recommendation for Articulated Credit' form and enroll at SFCC within one year of high school graduation.
  3. Contact the SFCC Admissions Office to verify that admissions file is complete. Students should identify themselves as a student enrolling with articulated credit and make an appointment with the Articulation/Academic Counselor to enroll.

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