Articulation Agreements Information
The Course and Curriculum Development office at Seminole State College of Florida is dedicated to developing and maintaining meaningful partnerships with secondary schools, colleges, universities and other external entities. These partnerships benefit students in many ways and expand opportunities for students to continue and accelerate their academic pursuits.
For Partner Institutions
Seminole State College of Florida welcomes the opportunity to expand partnerships to benefit students. Colleges, universities, and other entities interested in entering into an agreement with Seminole State College should complete the Agreement Interest Form and submit it to the Course and Curriculum Development office at email@example.com.
International institutions interested in partnering with Seminole State College of Florida should contact the Center for Global Engagement.
For College Staff
Opportunities to establish new partnerships and agreements represent exciting potential to benefit students and the College. The Course and Curriculum Development office serves as a resource to Seminole State College academic units for the development and establishment of agreements with partner institutions or external constituents.
Academic disciples interested in creating an Internal Articulation Agreement should complete the Internal Articulation Agreement Interest Form. For changes to existing or expired agreements please complete the Internal Renewal Articulation Agreement Form. Submit all forms to the Course and Curriculum Development Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please refer to the Guide for Establishing Agreements and Partnerships provided by the Course and Curriculum Development Office for guidance through the process. The guide contains information about the Agreement Request Form, Agreement Templates, step-by-step overview of the process to establish an agreement, as well as recommendations for best practices.
For a list of existing Articulation Agreements please visit the College's Articulation Agreement webpage.