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The revision of North Carolina`s National Joint Agreement in 2014 resulted in significant policy changes to encourage the transfer of 58 public community colleges to 16 four-year public institutions in North Carolina. One of the key changes to the directive is that students transferred under the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA) following an associate art degree or science associate guaranteed the transfer of at least 60 credits and junior status to a UNC system school. The purpose of this policy is to reduce time to the degree and improve the efficiency of the transfer, including improving credit losses and accumulating excess credits. Our study aims to understand the impact of the implementation of the CAA on the behaviour of transfer students under the new directive compared to those who were transferred before the directive. As a student at Alamance Community College, you have the opportunity to pursue your academic career at a four-year university or university. The State of North Carolina has entered into an agreement called the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA) between all NC colleges and UNC`s 16 systemic institutions. The North Carolina Comprehensive Liaison Agreement (CAA) is a national credit transfer agreement between NC Community Colleges and NC Public Universities and aims to move students smoothly. The North Carolina Comprehensive Liaison Agreement (CAA) is a national credit transfer agreement between NC Community Colleges and NC Public Universities and aims to move students smoothly. The CAA gives certain assurances to the student passing on; For example, the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA) is a national agreement for the transfer of credits between nc community universities and nc public universities. It applies to all 58 nc colleges and 16 university campuses. If all the conditions are met, it guarantees admission to one of UNC`s 16 four-year institutions. Like the CAA, students can benefit from the Independent Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (ICAO).

This agreement helps students make a successful transfer between nc Community Colleges and participating institutions of independent colleges and universities in North Carolina. NC colleges have transfer agreements to help you understand how your courses are transferred. Here are the two main statewide articulation agreements in North Carolina.