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.
Michigan State Wide Articulation Agreements
- 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!