High School Agreements

Oakland Community College partners with the following school districts to allow high school students to earn college credit by successfully completing certain career and technical education coursework in high school. These partnerships (also known as articulation agreements) allow students to get a head start on their college careers and save time and money by moving into higher-level courses at OCC. Each agreement outlines the requirements for receiving college credit (also known as articulated credit) as well as the process for applying for the credit. Articulated credit is intended to be used toward the attainment of a degree or certificate at OCC.

Note: The agreements below outline all the information needed to understand the requirements for obtaining and receiving articulated credit for each school district. If you would like to view the official copy of the agreement with the corresponding signatures, please contact Lola Banks, Associate Dean of Dual Enrollment and K-12 Partnerships.

Districts OCC has Agreements with:

Ann Arbor Public Schools
Avondale School District
Carman-Ainsworth Community Schools
Chippewa Valley Schools
Clarkston Community School District
Farmington Public School District
Ferndale Public Schools
Hazel Park City School District
Lake Orion Community Schools
Novi Community School District 
Oakland Schools
Oxford Area Community Schools
Rochester Community School District
Romeo Community Schools
Southfield Public School District
Troy School District
Walled Lake Consolidated School
West Bloomfield School District