Mecosta-Osceola Career Tech College (MOCTC)
The MOCTC introduces high school students to professional technology careers through both high school and college course work in the areas of Graphic Communications and Welding & Fabrication . The MOCTC is a partnership between the MOISD and Baker College of Cadillac. Students take most of the courses at the MOCC and Baker College of Cadillac campus. The MOCTC is designed to offer high school students an accelerated pathway to a technical certificate and or an associate degree, while participating in college level courses for little to no cost. A student interested in the MOCTC will begin a discussion with their high school guidance counselor.
Direct Credit Opportunities
Direct Credit provides high school students with the opportunity to take college credit courses taught by college-approved instructors at the MOCC. Students gain exposure to the academic challenges of college while in their supportive career technical education environment, while earning transcripted college credit at the time they sucessfully pass the course.
Articulation is a process of transition from one education institution to another. Articulation agreements are formal, written documents agreed upon by two or more institutions. Students at the MOCC have an opportunity to earn college credit for competencies attained in career and technical education program at the MOCC. Click on one of the following links for more information on Articulation Agreements provided by the MOCC.
2015-16 Articulation Brochure