What is Articulation?
Articulation is a process whereby students can earn college credit for demonstrating skills and competencies developed in high school or in adult education settings. Students who participate in the Baker College articulation program save hundreds of tuition dollars and may lessen the time required to complete their college education. This Web page is designed to explain the procedures to follow in applying for articulation credit at Baker College.
Baker College has streamlined its articulation process by providing all necessary forms, applications, and Articulation Competency Record (ACR) via this Web site. Materials are now easily accessible for students, parents, high school counselors, and teachers.
For more information on the Articulation process, review the following process maps:
- New Initial Agreement
- Existing Agreement - New Course on Your Campus
- Existing Agreement - New Course NOT on Your Campus
To participate in the articulation program, a student must be a student or graduate of a high school, career technical center, or other training program listed under Participating Schools.
A list of Baker College courses eligible for articulation can be found on the Articulated Courses page. The Articulation Competency Record for each course is available to review and download. The majority of the courses listed are available at all of the Baker College campuses. Program-specific courses may be limited to select campuses. Check the Baker College catalog to determine on which campus a program is offered.
For more information about earning articulation credit at Baker College, review the following two sections:
The forms and applications you will need to apply to Baker College and/or apply for articulation credit are available on the Forms page.