What is an articulation agreement?
We want to help you be ready to transfer to another institution with your EFSC credential. Articulation agreements are formal agreements — or some would call a partnership — between two or more colleges or universities documenting the general transfer policies for a specific academic program or degree.
As an Eastern Florida State College student, you have options as to where you would like to continue your academic career.
The State of Florida already has an articulation agreement between community colleges and the state universities (6A-10.024). This agreement states that any student who graduates with an Associate in Arts (A.A.) degree will be accepted to one of the twelve state universities. However, the articulation agreement does not guarantee that a student will be immediately accepted into the major of their choice within that university. In addition, the agreement guarantees acceptance into one of the state universities, but not necessarily the student's first choice (please refer to Transfer Guarantees on our A.A. page for additional information).
The State of Florida also has articulation agreements with several private institutions.
In addition to the agreement within the State University System, Eastern Florida is partnering with many other institutions to expand student options for seamless transition. Some of the agreements are created with an Articulated Pre-Major. They are designed for students to transfer to a particular public or private university as a junior to complete a four-year bachelor degree in a specific major.
Below you'll find information about all of the State agreements and EFSC's articulation agreements with other institutions.
If you have specific questions regarding these agreements, please contact your academic advisor.
State of Florida Articulation Agreements
Eastern Florida State College Articulation Agreements
Florida Public Colleges and Universities
Florida State College at Jacksonville
Florida State University
St. Petersburg College
University of Central Florida
- UCF Regional Direct Connect Resolution (PDF)
- Education B.S. (PDF)
- Elementary Education
- Early Childhood Education
- Engineering Articulated Program (EAP) (PDF)
- Aerospace Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Construction Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Environmental Engineering
- Industrial Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Photonics Science and Engineering
Private Colleges and Universities
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Florida Institute of Technology (FIT)/Florida Tech
Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM)
St. Matthew's University