EARN COLLEGE CREDIT: The articulation agreement with Washtenaw Community College allows high school students to take a college-approved curriculum at their own high schools which translates into early college credits and helps to prepare students for a technological and competitive job market.
High School students that are enrolled in state-approved Career and Technical Education Programs can get a jump-start on their college education for free. Much like dual enrollment, it means earning credits towards a high school diploma and a college degree at the same time.
For more information visit the WCC website:
https://www.wccnet.edu/start-now/high-school/cte-credit/high-schools-articulation.php or speak with a CTE teacher.
There are also State-wide Articulation Agreements and you can take advantage of these if you participated in one of our State-Approved CTE Programs. You need to contact the college of your choice to find out more information and see if they will allow you to articulate your credit.
- Alpena Community College
- Baker College
- Central Michigan University
- Davenport University
- Delta College
- Ferris State University
- Kirtland Community College
- Lake Superior State University
- Michigan State University
- Mid-Michigan Community College
- Oakland Community College
- Saginaw Valley State University
- Washtenaw Community College
Families can also look into the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) where credits can transfer between colleges and universities in the State of Michigan. This can be a great way to save money!