A high school student who successfully completes an approved high school course with a “B” or above, and successfully completes competencies agreed upon by the articulation committee is eligible to receive credit for the equivalent Kellogg Community College course. All required documentation must be received in the Registrar’s Office within 26 months of High School graduation to be applied.
The student must have their high school send their articulation form and final high school transcript or career center grade history to the Registrar’s Office at Kellogg Community College.
The student must successfully complete a KCC academic course with a grade of “C” or above to receive articulated credit. Courses for which a grade of “W,” “I,” “N,” or Audit are not considered completed.
The Registrar’s office will notify the student after course information has been recorded.
A Kellogg Community College academic advisor can advise students as to how the credits earned for articulated courses apply towards meeting graduation requirements.
The school is expected to complete the articulation paperwork upon successful completion of the high school year.
Credit will be considered as a transfer to Kellogg Community College with no tuition cost for articulated courses.
Review of the articulation agreement will be completed yearly by the Kellogg Community College staff and faculty in collaboration with high school and career center staff and instructors.