Alec Sarner

All League Offensive Lineman – Center

Calarts Articulation Agreement

The agreement, which was celebrated on February 19 at the Herb Alpert Music Center of the LACC Music Section, aims to enhance security in a process that can often be complicated and confusing for students and their families. The agreement defines certain courses that CCAA students must complete prior to transfer to UCLA, as well as UCLA`s course and credit requirements. The agreement also defines some CCAA teachers and advisors who will assist students during the transfer process. “The opportunity to move from LACC to UCLA helped me become a better musician, but also a better person.” “This agreement gives our students easy access to a streamlined transfer route that allows them to realize their dream of visiting UCLA as a music major,” said Dr. Mary Gallagher, President of Los Angeles City College. We have a different type of educational partnership, a 2-to-2 articulation agreement, which is specific to the majors. This means that a certain major`s courses – which correspond to a CCA program – have been monitored and approved by our university credit faculty. After graduating, 2-2 ensures that at the beginning of their third year, students will be able to move from a post-secondary university to a CCA. CalArts issues the BFA diploma for the success of Advanced Placement (AP) exams, for international bachelor`s degree (IB) exams and for A-level exams.

The articulation of these tests is evaluated in accordance with the diagrams below. Further university-level reviews are reviewed on a case-by-case basis. The California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) announced that it has signed a student transfer contract with the Herb Alpert Music Center at Los Angeles City College. The agreement offers LACC music students who are interested in a four-year bachelor`s degree a clear path to the transition to the Herb Alpert School of Music at CalArts. The two music schools of CalArts and LACC are generously supported by the Herb Alpert Foundation and are named after renowned Los Angeles musician and artist Herb Alpert. The new transfer contract gives LACC music students a priority for environmentalists and provides a clear matrix of transferable classes to CalArts. In addition, the music faculties of LACC and CalArts have collaborated to coordinate school programs and will continue to work together to identify and prepare the most successful CCAA students to move to CalArts. There are close links between the two faculties and, in fact, some of the LACC Faculty of Music are CalArts graduates. Students currently enrolled at the LACC Herb Alpert Music Center are regularly invited to attend concerts at CalArts and visit the campus.

CalArt`s musical ensembles perform at LACC, increasing the sense of attachment and affinity between the two institutions. Similarly, CalArt`s academic advisors and financial aid staff regularly visit the CCAA to inform students interested in transfers. Ongoing communication between the two institutions on the progress of CCAA transfer students is an important factor in providing the necessary preparation and support during this transition.

April 8, 2021 - Posted by | Uncategorized