Cabrillo College has in place articulation with Indiana University through a 90/30 Bachelor of General Studies Program. Under the 90/30 Program, students earn an A.S. degree (60 units) at Cabrillo, take an additional 30 units of specified courses for their major at Cabrillo, and then take their final 30 units of upper-division courses on-line via distance education at Indiana University.
Jump-start their career by taking the foundation course for a Cabrillo vocational degree
No fees – students pay no Cabrillo fees for courses articulated with their high school
High School Students Concurrent Enrollment vs. Articulated Course
High school student is enrolled at an area high school AND wants to take a course at Cabrillo College.
Student submits Cabrillo application for enrollment.
Student submits a high school release form indicating which course student wishes to enroll in. Form is signed by a high school administrator, the parent or guardian and the student. Some Cabrillo courses can also fulfill high school requirements. Student should discuss this with the high school counselor, and check the box on the high school release form to receive credit on their high school transcript.
Student enrolls in the course and pays the Cabrillo fees.
Upon completion of the course, student receives a Cabrillo grade. Student may request a copy of their Cabrillo transcript by filling out a Transcript Request Form.
A Cabrillo grade report will be sent automatically to the high school If student receives a grade of “A” from Cabrillo, high school may also award honors points.
Student enrolls in a regular high school course which is articulated to a Cabrillo course.
Upon completion of the course student submits the following:
Cabrillo application for enrollment.
High School Release form indicating the Cabrillo articulated course. Form is signed by a high school administrator, the parent or guardian and the student.
Petition for Articulated Credit.
Transcript Request form to have the Cabrillo transcript mailed to them after credit has been awarded.
Upon completion of the course, high school instructor submits a final grade sheet to Cabrillo HSO.
HSO submits students’ paperwork to Cabrillo Admissions & Records for processing and awarding of credit. (Student pays no Cabrillo fees).
Student is given credit in Cabrillo course corresponding to the grade received at the high school, credit by exam*.