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For K-12 Faculty and Staff

Thank you for your interest in developing an articulated partnership with the Peralta Colleges. We hope you find the process we have developed easy to follow. For direct assistance, please contact Rebecca Lacocque at rlacocque@peralta.edu.

 

For a list of the courses articulated with Peralta, click here.

 

STEP ONE:

Identify a course that looks like a match with yours. You can explore Peralta’s Career Education programs here: http://web.peralta.edu/cte.

 

STEP TWO:

If you have not already at this stage, contact Peralta’s High School Articulation Specialist, Katie Koelle. Ms. Koelle can assist you in contacting the Peralta faculty member and can facilitate the articulation process. Katie Koelle can be reached at kkoelle@peralta.edu.

 

STEP THREE:

In order to enter into a formal articulation agreement, you need to format and then complete this form: PCCD Articulation Agreement.

 

STEP FOUR:

Peralta uses a system called CATEMA to award college credit. Students must register in CATEMA and complete the CCC Apply process before December 15 of the academic year s/he wishes to earn college credit. You will find below a guide to the CATEMA Quick Start Guide, including directions for administrators, teachers, and students. Here is the guide: CATEMA Quick Start Guide.

For assistance with CATEMA and / or CCC Apply, contact Katie Koelle at kkoelle@peralta.edu. We are happy to help.

 

STEP FIVE:

High school teachers must enter final grades into CATEMA no later than June 15 in order for students to earn college credit. Transcripts can be requested here after June 30 of the academic year in which the student earned credit.

 

Title 5 References

55050 Credit By Exam

Articulation Handbook

Other Resources

 

  • Career Pathways

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