A list of high schools with which Washtenaw Community College has articulation agreements. To view transfer agreements by institution, visit the Transfer/Joint Agreements page – Note: The same course cannot be counted twice in two areas of the MTA agreement. Joint agreements are agreements between a community school and a four-year college, designed to provide students with information about the courses they should take at the end of their degree and the courses required after the transfer. Walsh and Washtenaw Community College (WCC) have signed an additional articulation agreement that reinforces the long-standing commitment of both institutions to creating a clear and accessible pathway to higher education. The agreement offers more flexibility because it applies to any student who meets the minimum requirements of a bachelor`s degree in accounting, a business administration degree or a science degree in information technology at Walsh, instead of requiring a specific diploma for graduation. The agreement is in effect until March 2022 and will be reviewed on that date. The ad hoc committee MTA 2.0 was created to address issues that could not be discussed and/or resolved during the first development and implementation of the agreement. Based on the committee`s work, the following updates or clarifications were made to the MTA agreement. „We are pleased to continue our relationship with Walsh through this comprehensive agreement that covers our accounting, economics and information technology programs, as well as a reverse transfer option for students who change before obtaining an associate degree,“ said Dr. Kimberly Hurns, Vice President of Education, ErTbei. „This agreement allows students to save more money by doing 82 hours at Washtenaw, and then move on to an excellent institution combining theory and real application. The synergy between the WCC and Walsh`s learning approaches makes it a great path for many of our students.
The WCC has joint agreements in various areas of the programme with subsequent four-year institutions. To view a certain articulation agreement, click on the name of the university or university. Articulation is the process of communication between the WCC and other educational institutions such as high schools, colleges and universities. This type of communication is designed to ensure that students have a smooth transition from one institution to another in their educational careers. The proceeds of the joint is an agreement that stipulates that programs at one institution are accepted by another institution without loss of credit to the student. In 2012, the Michigan legislature adopted the language of colleges that focused on improving the portability of basic education by revising the current agreement of the Michigan Association of Registrars and Admissions Officers (MACRAO). The language created a state committee that included 5 representatives of the Community College, five individuals from public universities and four legislators (two from each chamber). „This articulation agreement continues our long-standing partnership with Washtenaw Community College and demonstrates our mutual commitment to providing students with the opportunity to benefit from quality training and the means of professional success,“ said Marsha Kelliher, President and CEO of Walsh.