Joliet Junior College has established a number of individual agreements with various universities to facilitate transfer. These articulation agreements may be in the form of a dual-admission agreement, a 2 + 2 agreement, or a unified agreement, but by whichever name it is called, the agreement indicates a curriculum that students will take in the first two years to be accepted for transfer. Of course, this is a benefit to the student who will make a smooth, seamless transition from the two-year community college to the university. Particularly for curriculum in the career and technical areas, it is important to review these articulation agreements if students plan to transfer rather than to enter the workforce upon completion of their degree. The following table lists some of the universities with which JJC has articulation agreements and the applicable majors in the career and technical areas. Students should check with individual departments at JJC to find out more information about what agreements may be in place for a particular major. These articulation agreements indicate a particular major that students can begin at JJC (the courses to take are indicated in the agreement) and transfer into that major. Also, as part of the articulation agreement, the courses students will take as a junior and senior at the transfer college are indicated.
Check the JJC Catalog to view the current list of agreements HERE.
Contact the senior institution directly, JJC Department or a JJC Academic Advisior for specific program details.