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Articulation Agreements

An "Articulation Agreement" defines a relationship between two institutions of higher education that enables students to more easily transfer from their former institution to the University of Cincinnati. Cincinnati has articulation agreements with several colleges across the country and each agreement is outlined below. Consult the list of agreements below or ask your current academic advisor if your school has an articulation agreement with the University of Cincinnati. If they do have that agreement, you can count on your credits transfering to the University of Cincinnati.

If your current institution does not have an articulation agreement, you can still transfer to the University of Cincinnati. 

Articulation agreements are at the discretion of the colleges and are subject to change.


Articulation agreements are sorted by partner institution

*Note: Some Breadth of Knowledge (BoK) designations may have changed effective Fall 2019.  Please consult with your academic advisor for any DC or SE indicators listed.


Ohio Guaranteed Transfer Pathways

The OGTP enable students to streamline credit transfer among the state's public institutions of higher education.

Visit OGTP's website

International Articulation Agreements

Learn more about articulation agreements with international institutions.