Articulation is a process in which students can earn college credit for demonstrating skills and competencies developed in an approved high school or technical center CTE program/course. 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 is the student process for high school graduates who would like to apply for articulated credit:
The 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.
The student (see below for EMC students) must apply for admission to Baker College by completing the following:
A Baker College Application and the application fee
A copy of his/her high school transcript with the program identified
The student should submit the completed application and their high school transcript to the following email: [email protected]
Students are advised that articulated credit generally is not transferable credit and may not be accepted at another college other than at Baker College. The College reserves the right to deny credit if a student does not achieve a GPA of 2.5 or higher during the first semester of attendance at Baker College.
Baker College has partnered with the Michigan Office of Career and Technical Education, Michigan Department of Education, to provide articulated credit to Michigan high school students. Baker College is part of the Statewide Articulation Partnership between Michigan Department of Education for designated programs of study. View the Michigan Department of Education Statewide Articulation Agreements.