Articulation Agreements

CCV/College of Arts and Sciences

Students who have completed an associate degree at the Community College of Vermont (CCV) can be admitted to the University of Vermont’s College of Arts and Sciences under the following conditions:

  • Students must complete a minimum of sixty transferable academic credits, thirty of those taken at CCV, pre-approved by UVM’s Office of Transfer Affairs.
  • Students must present a CCV grade-point average of 2.70 (on a 4.00 scale) or better.
  • Candidates for the Articulation Agreement must meet UVM’s minimum entrance requirements prior to CCV graduation.
  • CCV students must initiate their degree program at UVM within two years of completing the CCV associate degree.
  • CCV associate degree students will be held to the policies that are in effect at the time they are admitted to UVM.

CCV/College of Education and Social Services

Students who have completed a minimum of thirty transferable credits based on the transfer credit policy of the University of Vermont can be admitted into the College of Education and Social Services (CESS). The agreement includes the programs in Human Development and Family Studies, Social Work, Teacher Education programs in Art, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, and Secondary Education.

  • Students must present a CCV grade-point average of 2.50 (on a 4.00 scale) or better.
  • Candidates for the Articulation Agreement must meet UVM’s minimum entrance requirements prior to CCV graduation.
  • CCV students must initiate their degree program at UVM within two years of completion of their courses at CCV.
  • CCV transfer students will be held to policies that are in effect at the time they are admitted to UVM.

CCV/Dept. of Communication Sciences and Disorders (College of Nursing and Health Sciences)

Students who have completed an associate degree at the Community College of Vermont (CCV) can be admitted to the University of Vermont’s Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders under the following conditions:

  • Students must complete a minimum of sixty transferable academic credits, 30 of those taken at CCV, pre-approved by UVM’s Office of Transfer Affairs.
  • Students must present a CCV grade-point average of 2.70 (on a 4.00 scale) or better. The minimum grade to transfer credits is a C or higher.
  • Candidates for the Articulation Agreement must meet UVM’s minimum entrance requirements prior to CCV graduation.
  • CCV students must initiate their degree program at UVM within two years of completing the CCV associate degree.

Co-advisement by the appropriate College of Nursing and Health Services and CCV advisors is essential.

A two-year A.A. Early Childhood Education or A.S. Human Services degree from CCV will be accepted as equivalent to a UVM minor for the purposes of the CSD minor requirement. The CSD major will be required to graduate.

Acceptance into the CSD major will be contingent upon capacity in the major. In the event that fewer slots are available within the major than students who are requesting to transfer into the major, CCV students will be given equal consideration with all non-UVM students who have requested to transfer into the major.

The ability for a student to complete a degree program at UVM within 2 years will be determined by how transfer courses apply to majors, minors and degree requirements at UVM. In addition, course capacities may impact a student’s ability to complete the degree within 2 years.

  •  CCV associate degree students will be held to the policies that are in effect at the time they are admitted to UVM.

CCV/Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources

Students who have completed an associate degree at the Community College of Vermont (CCV) can be admitted to the University of Vermont’s Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources under the following conditions:

  • Students must complete a minimum of sixty transferable academic credits, thirty of those taken at CCV, pre-approved by UVM’s Office of Transfer Affairs.
  • Students must present a CCV grade-point average of 2.70 (on a 4.00 scale) or better.
  • Candidates for the Articulation Agreement must meet UVM’s minimum entrance requirements prior to CCV graduation.
  • CCV students must initiate their degree program at UVM within two years of completing the CCV associate degree.
  • CCV associate degree students will be held to the policies that are in effect at the time they are admitted to UVM.

The Process Starts at CCV Current or prospective CCV students interested in this option should review the minimum entrance requirements, as listed on the Admissions website.

Admissions Process at UVM CCV articulation candidates are encouraged to meet with the Coordinator of Transfer Admissions in the UVM Admissions office with questions about the admissions process under the UVM/CCV articulation agreement. Contact the Office of Transfer Affairs with questions about course transferability. Candidates are required to submit a Common Application, all supporting credentials and all financial aid forms by the stated UVM deadlines.

CCV students who apply under the CCV/UVM Articulation Agreement do not pay UVM’s application fee. Articulation candidates should include a brief statement in the additional information section of the Common Application indicating they are applying under this option.

Candidates for UVM admission must submit official copies of all college course work attempted for credit, including the Community College of Vermont transcript. An official high school transcript is required.

UVM admissions will review articulation student applications for the minimum GPA and entrance requirements. Offers of admission will be sent to those meeting the established criteria. To become a matriculated student at UVM, CCV articulation students must pay an acceptance fee by the date stipulated in the admission letter.

Candidates whose GPAs fall below the minimum will be reviewed by UVM on a case-by-case basis. Those denied admission are encouraged to meet with the Coordinator of Transfer Admissions at UVM to review future options.

For a current list of transferable CCV courses and UVM equivalents, contact a CCV advisor advisor or the UVM Office of Transfer Affairs at transfer@uvm.edu. Students may also check the Transfer Guide on the Office of the Registrar website.

Recipients of a CCV associate degree prior to 1999 may contact the UVM Admissions office for general transfer information.

CCV graduates interested in UVM programs outside the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Education and Social Services, the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources and the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders are encouraged to meet with the UVM Coordinator of Transfer Admissions to discuss their academic history and potential for transfer admission.

Saint Michael’s College/UVM Engineering 3+2

In the fall of 1994, Saint Michael’s College (SMC) and the University of Vermont established an articulation agreement for a Dual Degree program in engineering. This agreement guarantees students who meet specified criteria admission to a prescribed program of study in engineering at UVM. Upon successful completion of the program and degree requirements, students receive a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree from SMC and a Bachelor of Science degree in the appropriate engineering area from UVM. Students normally complete the program in five years.

The academic advising, admission, transfer of credits, enrollment, and monetary conditions in this agreement applicable to students will be carried out in accordance with the following policies and procedures.

  1. Initial application to the program will be made to SMC.
  2. Students will enroll in the program by declaring a pre-engineering major at the time of admission to SMC to permit them to complete all prerequisites in a reasonable time (see SMC catalogue for pre-engineering program).
  3. Students may register for any of the options in the Civil, Environmental, Electrical or Mechanical Engineering, Engineering, or Engineering Management programs.
  4. Students enrolling under this program will be considered SMC students throughout the duration of the program. Once admitted to UVM according to the policies of this Agreement, they also become UVM students for the remainder of the program.
  5. For the first three years the host institution for students in the program will be SMC, and for the last two years the host institution will be UVM. Tuition and fees will be paid to the host institution according to its normal policies (including residence status, financial aid, etc.). Tuition for courses taken at the other institution will be paid by the host institution transferring funds based on an agreed upon amount per credit.
  6. While students are enrolled at a host institution they will be independently responsible for applicable fees at the other institution according to the other institution’s policies (at UVM this includes but is not limited to the admission fee and the comprehensive fee). Each institution will communicate the applicable fees for the upcoming academic year to the other institution (Dean of CEMS at UVM; VPAA at SMC) by June 1 or as soon as the fees are determined for the upcoming academic year, whichever is later.
  7. Students in the program will make a formal application to UVM by April 15 in the spring semester of their third year at SMC and pay the application fee.
  8. To become a matriculated student at UVM, St. Michael’s articulation students must pay an acceptance fee by the date stipulated in the admission letter.
  9. Students will matriculate at UVM and will be accepted to the appropriate engineering program at UVM once they have met the following requirements: (a) completion of at least sixty credits at SMC with appropriate courses, in good standing; (b) completion of Part 1 of the required pre-engineering courses at SMC, as specified in the Agreement (see SMC catalogue); and (c) completion of the credits of UVM engineering courses, including the following list of courses, with a minimum GPA of 2.30 in these courses:
    BS Engineering
    ENGR 002Graphical Communication2
    EE 003Linear Circuit Analysis I3
    or EE 100 Electrical Engr Concepts
    CE 001Statics3
    ME 040Thermodynamics3
    CS 020Programming for Engineers3
    Civil Engineering
    CE 001Statics3
    CE 010Geomatics4
    CE 132Environmental Systems3
    CS 020Programming for Engineers3
    ENGR 002Graphical Communication2
    ME 012Dynamics3
    Environmental Engineering
    CE 001Statics3
    CE 010Geomatics4
    CE 132Environmental Systems3
    CHEM 032General Chemistry 24
    CS 020Programming for Engineers3
    ENGR 002Graphical Communication2
    ME 012Dynamics3
    Electrical Engineering
    EE 003Linear Circuit Analysis I3
    EE 004Linear Circuit Analysis II3
    EE 081Linear Circuits Laboratory I2
    EE 082Linear Circuits Laboratory II2
    EE 131Fundamentals of Digital Design3
    ENGR 002Graphical Communication2
    CS 020Programming for Engineers3
    Mechanical Engineering
    ME 012Dynamics3
    ME 014Mechanics of Solids3
    ME 040Thermodynamics3
    ME 042Applied Thermodynamics3
    ME 081Mech Engr Shop Experience1
    ME 083Computational Mech. Engr. Lab1
    ENGR 002Graphical Communication2
    CE 001Statics3
    CS 020Programming for Engineers3
    Engineering Management
    CE option: 18
    Graphical Communication
    Statics
    Geomatics
    Environmental Systems
    Programming for Engineers
    Dynamics
    EE option: 18
    Graphical Communication
    Linear Circuit Analysis I
    Linear Circuit Analysis II
    Linear Circuits Laboratory I
    Linear Circuits Laboratory II
    Fundamentals of Digital Design
    Programming for Engineers
    ME option: 17
    Graphical Communication
    Statics
    Dynamics
    Thermodynamics
    Mech Engr Shop Experience
    Computational Mech. Engr. Lab
    Programming for Engineers
  10. Students transferring to UVM under articulation agreements should be aware of the School of Engineering’s Pre-Engineering Technical (PET) requirement. In order to take sophomore or higher level engineering courses, students must have transfer credits for calculus I and II (i.e., MATH 021 and MATH 022), college chemistry (CHEM 031), calculus-based physics I (PHYS 031) and a programming course in MATLAB. Transferring students will need to complete the PET requirement with a C- or better in all courses during their first semester at UVM.

Vermont Technical College/UVM Engineering

Vermont Technical College and the University of Vermont have an articulation agreement in engineering. This agreement provides a structured sequence of courses at VTC that, if completed successfully, would guarantee acceptance as a transfer student in an engineering discipline in UVM’s College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences. Upon successful completion of the Associate in Engineering Technology degree and with the clear recommendation of VTC’s academic dean or his/her assignee, the student would then spend a minimum of two years at the University of Vermont. While studying at UVM, the student will complete the major course requirements that will lead to a baccalaureate degree from UVM. Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in any VTC course for the course to be accepted for transfer credit. Students presenting with less than a 3.00 grade-point average will be considered on a case-by-case basis. UVM will guarantee the acceptance of VTC graduates who have a grade-point average of 3.00 or better from the following programs:

  • Civil Engineering Technology
  • Computer Engineering Technology
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technology
  • Mechanical Engineering Technology

Initial acceptance for admission to the program will be made to VTC where the candidate will be subject to the admission requirements of the institution. A student will indicate the desire to enroll in the articulation program at the time of the student’s admission to VTC or early enough in the student’s program at VTC to permit the student to complete all prerequisite courses. Articulation program students will be subject to the same admissions deadlines as other transfer applicants to the university. The application for fall admissions and supporting credentials should be received by the undergraduate admissions office at UVM no later than April 15. The student must indicate on the application that they are in the VTC/UVM articulation program. All information and correspondence pertaining to student transfer in this agreement will be handled by UVM’s admissions office. Correspondence related to course selection should be addressed to the Student Services office in UVM’s College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences. A student may be required to register for additional courses. This agreement will be reviewed every third academic year, starting in 2006-2007, in order to modify the program requirements as necessary.

Students transferring to UVM under articulation agreements should be aware of the School of Engineering’s Pre-Engineering Technical (PET) requirement. In order to take sophomore or higher level engineering courses, students must have transfer credits for calculus I and II (i.e., MATH 021 and MATH 022), college chemistry (CHEM 031), calculus-based physics I (PHYS 031) and a programming course in MATLAB. Transferring students will need to complete the PET requirement with a C- or better in all courses during their first semester at UVM.

For more information, please contact UVM’s College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences Student Services office at (802) 656-3392 or by e-mailing cems.student.services@uvm.edu.

Vermont Technical College/ UVM 2+2 FARMS Program

Students who have completed an associate degree in the Vermont Technical College Dairy Management program can be admitted into the University of Vermont’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) in the Animal Science or Community Entrepreneurship major, leading to a bachelor’s degree. Transferable courses are limited to those directly comparable to UVM courses and meeting the requirements for both programs.

For admission, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Students must have a 3.00 grade-point average (on 4.00 scale) or better.
  • Students must meet the minimum entrance requirements for the university and for the Animal Sciences or Community Entrepreneurship major. A list of these courses can be obtained from the agreement coordinator in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
  • All students who do not meet the above conditions can apply for transfer admission and be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
  • Candidates applying to the University of Vermont under this agreement do not pay the application fee.

For more information about this agreement and course equivalencies, please contact the agreement coordinator in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at (802) 656-2890.

Castleton State College, Vermont Technical College, and Greenfield Community College/UVM Nursing

UVM’s Department of Nursing has articulation agreements with associate degree nursing programs at Castleton State College, Vermont Technical College, and Greenfield Community College. The agreements guarantee students who meet specific admission criteria entrance to a prescribed program of study in the RN-BS program at UVM. Upon successful completion of the RN-BS program and degree requirements, students receive a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in nursing from UVM.