Rights and Responsibilities
Students have the ultimate responsibility for making well-informed decisions regarding their educational plans and the courses they enroll in. Student should actively seek the best information available to make good decisions. Generally, this means that students should seek the advice of trained counselors and academic advisors at both Metro and the college or university to which they intend to transfer.
Metro willingly assumes the responsibility of trying to provide students with timely and accurate information about the transferability of courses to four-year colleges and universities. Metro counselors and advisors work hard to stay current on degree requirements at Metro and at the four-year institutions to which most Metro students transfer. In addition, Metro negotiates formal articulation agreement in order to provide students with guarantees regarding how courses students take at Metro will be treated in transfer at the receiving institution. These articulation agreements are listed on this web site. All have been signed by Metropolitan Community Collegeā's president and the president or chancellor of the college or university that is party to the agreement.
Metro will actively advocate for Metro students regarding the fair application of these articulation agreements. Metro will provide advice, and if appropriate, representation to students in order to insure that Metro courses and credits transfer as promised by the institutional agreements.
Metro and four-year colleges and universities reserve the right to modify their programs, course offerings, printed schedules, rules and regulations, and operations at any time. Information about these changes is available from counselors and advisors at any Metro campus or the articulation web site.
For questions about this web site or any articulation agreement, please contact Barry Anderson, Coordinator of Articulation and Special Programs at (402) 457-2743 or email@example.com.