Shiawassee Early College Program

The Shiawassee Early College Program (SECP) is a program that allows selected students to extend high school by one year in order to earn both their high school diploma and up to 60 college credits from Lansing Community College, Mott Community College or Baker College of Owosso at no cost to the student. The program is offered through a collaboration between Byron Area Schools, Corunna Public Schools, Durand Community Schools, Laingsburg Community Schools, Morrice Public Schools, Owosso Public Schools, Perry Community Schools, Lansing Community College, Mott Community College, Baker College of Owosso, and the Shiawassee Regional Education Service District.

Office location:  114 W North Street  Suite 4, Owosso, MI 48867

Office phone:  989-743-3471

Schedule a Meeting with Early College Staff

We are available for appointments by phone.  Please use this Calendar Link to schedule an appointment with Michalene Lichon.  

Appointments can be made for help with online course navigation, scheduling classes, additional program information, and tutoring services.

Please include your full name, college attending, phone number and email address along with some notes regarding the purpose of the meeting when making the appointment.  

At the time of your phone appointment, please be at a computer so we can share information.

We look forward to meeting with you!

We are here to help! If you are looking for help signing into your RESD Chromebook or laptop please reference this Technology Sheet which includes sign-in instructions and a guide to contacting the RESD Help Desk. If you are having trouble accessing your college accounts, WebEx, or prepaid debit cards, please see our Computer/Chromebook FAQ for help. As always, please contact us with any questions. 

CLEP is another way to earn college credit for free.  If you would like more information, please contact Charmian Fletcher, fletcher@sresd.org

CLEP Information Handout

Need help with studying?  Access Peer Tutoring Services

Tutoring Available!

As a Baker College student, there are Tutoring Services and Library Resources available to you!

  • Struggling in a course? Get tutoring help for various courses: math, communication, nursing, health science, computer science, business, and more!

  • Conducting research and/or writing a paper that needs outside sources? Receive one-on-one assistance with locating sources, conducting research, or following APA formatting.

To schedule an appointment with a consultant, click on the Tutoring Services link in your Canvas course. If you have any questions, feel free to contact tutoring@baker.edu.

To access the library resources, click on the Library Services link in your course or Ask-A-Librarian under Help in Canvas, or email library@baker.edu.

Grant funds provided by: 

Mi STEM Network

Michigan Department of Education

Contact Us

Michalene Lichon
Local College Access/Early College Coordinator
Savanah Hemgesberg
Early College Student Services Coordinator

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