College Credit Integration
All of the New Visions programs offer three college credits from MVCC for English 101. This is at no cost to students. Seniors in Conservation can pay a reduced fee and be eligible to receive three college credits from SUNY Morrisville in their Environmental Science (ENSC 100) course. Also, students in traditional programs may have the opportunity to obtain six college credits in their junior year (Introduction to Business and Principles of Marketing) and an additional six credits (Computer Applications and Concepts I and Personal Finance) in their senior year.
Through articulation agreements between a post-secondary institution and the Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES, students may gain advanced standing in certain programs and, for others, actual credit for a college-level course. The terms of the articulation generally include the following: students must have completed the BOCES course within the past school year, maintained a B average or better, demonstrated excellent attendance and received recommendation from the BOCES instructor. For more specific information, contact the BOCES guidance department at 315-793-8618 or 315-793-8660. All Career and Technical Education programs have established articulation agreements with local colleges and trade schools.
Established articulation agreements exist at:
Baran Institute of Technology
Bryant & Stratton
Culinary Institute of America
Fulton-Montgomery Community College
Herkimer County Community College
Mohawk Valley Community College
Nashville Auto-Diesel College
Paul Smith's College
Schenectady County Community College
The Art Institute of Pittsburgh
Utica School of Commerce