Articulation Agreements provide high school students with an opportunity to earn college credit for work completed in their high school or tech center CTE programs. This allows students to:
- Save money on tuition, fees and books
- Earn college credits while working towards your high school diploma
- Reduce the time it takes to earn a degree
- Reduce student debt
- Reduce duplication of courses at the college level
- Create the opportunity for more classes directly related to your field of choice
- Baker College has an agreement with the State of Michigan.
- Student is eligible for courses completed with a B- grade or 80% or better.
Student must be a high school graduate and must apply for articulated credit at Baker College within one year (12 months) of his/her high school graduation.
- Davenport University has an agreement with Caledonia High School, as well as with KCTC.
- Students must earn a 3.0 or higher in each course in order for credit to be articulated.
- Students must also begin attending Davenport University within 27 months from the date of their high school graduation.
- Ferris State University has an agreement with the State of Michigan and many Career Tech Centers.
- Student must complete the articulated career technical center and/or high school program at the letter grade indicated on the articulation agreement.
- Student must apply for articulated credit within a specified time frame following your high school graduation (1 or 2 years).
- Grand Rapids Community College has an agreement with Caledonia High School.
- Student must complete the eligible high school/technical center course with a grade of B or higher.
Student must be attending GRCC as a degree-seeking student within two (2) years of high school/technical center graduation to be eligible for articulated credit.