Get a degree from Baker College in less time.
Certain courses you can take in high school, community college or a technical center will “count” at Baker College, so you can graduate faster. Not only does this prevent you from having to study the same subject matter twice, it means that you can earn your college degree more affordably.
Frequently Asked Questions
If within the last 12 months you’ve taken one or more of the classes listed here and earned a B- or higher, you can complete the application by:
- Complete the Baker College application and pay the application fee.
- Fill out the application for articulation found here. Be sure to include all CTE programs taken even if you are not going into that program at Baker College.
- Submit your official high school transcript with the program identified.
Please note that Baker College reserves the right to deny credit unless you achieve a GPA of 2.0 or higher during your first semester at Baker College.
When you apply to Baker College, work with your Enrollment Advisor to complete an articulation application and then send it with a copy of your high school transcript to [email protected].
Partnerships and Agreements
Baker College partners 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.
Individual School Agreements
Baker College has agreements with the following schools, click to view each specific summary agreement.
- Kent Career Tech Center
- Elkhart Area Career Center
- Fort Wayne Career Academy
- Genesee Intermediate School
- Kalamazoo RESA
- Porter County Career & Technical Center
- Wexford Missaukee Career Tech Center – A&P Articulation
- Wexford Missaukee Career Tech Center – IT Articulation
- Wexford Missaukee Career Tech Center – Mechatronics Articulation
Check out your other college credit options.
Baker College’s RunningStart program has three other ways you can earn college credit while you’re still in high school. Learn more about:
Earn college credit for free while you’re also taking high school classes.
Graduate high school with an associate degree through this three-year program that starts in 11th grade.