High School Articulation Agreements

WCC has Tech Prep articulation agreements with high schools through three key partnerships, and a number of individual high schools.

Articulated High School credit is intended to be used toward the completion of a Washtenaw Community College degree or certificate. An articulation agreement between a high school and WCC requires a high school to certify to WCC that the student has achieved the agreed upon level of knowledge and skills from a particular course. Once accepted by WCC, High School articulated credit may not transfer to other colleges or universities. WCC makes no guarantees whether other institutions accept credit hours or count articulated high school credit toward the completion of their degree requirements. Students should check with the college/university they are transferring to from WCC to see if the credits are eligible for transfer.

Agreements are organized by graduation year.  Locate the year you graduated from high school and follow the agreement for that year.  You have until December 31st, 2-years following your graduation to have your credit posted.  For example, if you graduated in 2017, you have until December 31, 2019 to have credit posted.

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