This archived article was written by: Michael Powell
The articulation agreement between the College of Eastern Utah and the other public schools in Utah helps determine where to transfer. The agreement describes which courses are accepted in specific programs.
For instance, if a student is an art major, the articulation agreement will list every art class taught at CEU and which schools will accept it into their major and minor programs.
Sometimes schools are picky about what courses they accept outside of a person’s general education classes. The CEU business department is another department that students have to see where classes transfer.
Regarding which schools accept CEU credits, Westminster College accepts basically every class. The only bad part about attending Westminster is its’ cost verses other Utah schools. Its tuition and fees for one year is $22,000 compared to $4,000 at the University of Utah.
Students can find this information online by going to www.utahmentor.org and clicking on college-credit guide then transfer guide. CEU’s academic advisers can help explain the document and show students how it can be used to further their education.
The articulation agreement gets updated every year, even though there are only minor changes. Knowing what school will accept what is important so students can transfer to the college that well help them the most and do not need to retake classes.