Steps to Creating an Articulation Agreement with Davenport University
Community Colleges: Please contact Clair Rowland, Associate Director of Transfer Articulation, 616.742.1715.
High Schools and Career/Technical Centers
Step One: Identify course(s) that can be articulated.
Compare the course(s) you teach at your high school or career / technical education center to the Davenport University course outcomes.
Do you teach to 80% of the DU course outcomes?
- Yes = this course can be articulated
- No = this course cannot be articulated.
Step Two: Record the name of the courses or career/technical education program and the corresponding Davenport University course code(s) and course name(s) that meet the 80% criteria in a Word document or Excel spreadsheet.
Step Three: Send the document created in Step Two to email@example.com
Step Four: A representative from the Articulation Department will give you a call and complete the articulation agreement development process.
Please Note: For technology courses, we are looking that the skill set in the course outcomes is met using the computer software application that your high school or career/technical education center has chosen to use and not the computer software application that Davenport University has chosen and appears in the course outcomes.