HSAA

DACC has signed formal “articulation agreements” with individual high schools within local school districts, which allow DACC to grant college credit for students taking certain courses if students meet certain eligibility requirements.

To receive DACC college credit through the articulation process, students must do the following:

  • Earn a grade of B or better in high school articulated course(s)
  • Meet all DACC admission requirements as a dual-credit or regular students
  • Enroll and complete one dual-credit or regular college class

Your first step: Present a copy of your high school transcript (with articulated coursework) to the Evaluator in the DACC Academic Advising Center at the East Mesa Campus, DASR 103, (575) 528-7031.

Gadsden Independent School District Articulation Agreements
Hatch Valley Public Schools Articulation Agreements

Las Cruces Public Schools Articulation Agreements

 

 

ECHS

DACC has signed formal “articulation agreements” with individual early college high schools within local school districts, which allow DACC to grant college credit for students taking certain courses if students meet certain eligibility requirements.

To be eligible to have college credit transcripted, students must meet the following conditions:

  • Earn a grade of B or better in high school articulated course(s)
  • Meet all DACC admission requirements as dual credit student
  • Enroll in and complete one dual credit or regular college class

Your first step: Speak to your ECHS High School Counselor, or the DACC Dual Credit Office, East Mesa Campus, DASR 101B, (575) 528-7256.

ECHS Articulation Agreements