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Articulation Agreements and Dual Enrolled High School Students

Articulation Agreements and Dual Enrolled High School Students

Chestnut Hill College maintains articulation agreements and/or course equivalency agreements with six two-year institutions. Upon completion of an Associate in Arts (A.A.), Associate in Science (A.S.), or Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.), students may be eligible for Dual Admission.  Submit your Dual Admissions Intent Form today to become eligible for transfer benefits.  Intent Forms and fact sheets can be obtained in the Guidance or Transfer Offices at the following partner colleges: 

  •          Bucks County Community College
  •          Community College of Philadelphia
  •          Delaware County Community College
  •          Harcum College
  •          Manor College
  •          Montgomery County Community College
  •          Raritan Valley Community College
  •          Valley Forge Military College

Core-to-Core Transfer

Students completing their A.A. or A.S. at partner schools may receive a core-to-core transfer and begin studies at Chestnut Hill with third-year (junior) status.  The core-to-core transfer agreement, although it does not alter the requirements of a student's major field of study, satisfies the core curriculum requirements of a Chestnut Hill bachelor's degree, except for six (6) credits in Religious Studies and three (3) credits in a Global Awareness Seminar to be taken at Chestnut Hill College.

Dual Enrolled High School Students 

Students simultaneously earning their A.A. or A.S. while still enrolled in high school should apply as a Transfer Student and may receive a core-to-core transfer and begin studies at Chestnut Hill with third-year (junior) status. Status will be determined by credits earned, and students must submit official transcripts from BOTH the high school and the college where credits are being earned.

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