Articulated College Credits
Articulation is a process that allows students to earn free college credit for skills and knowledge mastered in career and technical education programs completed during high school. Articulation recognizes outstanding academic performance, eliminates needless repetition of equivalent work, saves time and money, and promotes further education. Students must complete a full year (2 semesters) of a career center program with a B (3.0) or better GPA per semester to be eligible.
How do I apply?
Make an appointment with the Student Services Coordinator to complete the articulated credit application.
- Complete a full year (2 semesters) of a career center program with a B (3.0) or better GPA
- Apply to the community college/college/university
- Fill out the articulation application with the Student Services Coordinator
- Send a final high school transcript to the college
List of Articulated College Credits
Embedded High School Credits
Career Center programs offer the student the opportunity to receive high school academic credit upon program completion. For the purposes of earning embedded Michigan Merit Curriculum (MMC) credits towards graduation if the student meets the local high school's definition of passing then this meets the intent of the law. 12 segments or PCCs must be completed with a passing grade for these options to occur.
Do you have questions about academic credit?
Contact our Student Services Coordinator!