CTE College Credit

 

April 27, 2019-October 1, 2019 Application Period

This application period is for high school CTE students from the Class of 2017-Class of 2020 who have met all CTE College Credit program requirements. If you are a current high school student who has not already met all program requirements please wait until November 1, 2019, to apply. 

If you complete your application during this period you are responsible for submitting official high school transcripts to the CTE College Credit Office by October 1, 2019. Failure to provide official transcripts will result in your application not being processed. 

For eligible students, CSN college credit will be posted to their permanent CSN record, by December 31, 2019.

CTE College Credit Program Eligibility Requirements

  1. Complete the CTE high school program with a 3.0 or higher grade point average
  2. Pass the state end-of-program assessment**; and
  3. Pass the state workplace readiness skills assessment**

** Please note that the assessments are high school exams. If you have any questions about the assessments please refer to your high school.

November 1, 2019- May 1, 2020 Application Period

A student who has met the CTE College Credit eligibility requirements and applied by May 1, 2020, will have the corresponding college credit posted to their permanent CSN record, by August 31, 2020.

High school students can apply in their junior or senior year if they are enrolled or have completed the third level course (e.g. Culinary Arts III). Students do not need to wait for the assessment results to apply. Eligible students can apply for college credit within three (3) years of their high school graduation. 

If you have already graduated from high school, you are responsible for submitting your official high school transcripts to the CTE College Credit Office by May 1, 2020. Failure to provide official transcripts will result in your application not being processed. 

Class of 2017 Applicants

Students have 3 years from high school graduation to apply for CTE College Credit. This is the last year Class of 2017 CTE students are eligible to apply to CTE College Credit. Completed applications will be accepted until June 30, 2020.

Do You Meet the CTE College Credit Program Eligibility Requirements?

Students that have met the program eligibility requirements, listed below, OR that are in the 3rd year of the CTE high school sequence of an approved and articulated CTE program and will meet the requirements by the end of the spring semester should apply.

To qualify for CTE College Credit, high school students must:

1. Complete the CTE high school program with a 3.0 or higher grade point average;
(Example of CTE Program: Culinary Arts I, Culinary Arts II and Culinary Arts III);
2. Pass the state end-of-program assessment**; and
3. Pass the state workplace readiness skills assessment**.

 **Please note that the assessments are high school exams. If you have any questions about the assessments please refer to your high school.

CTE College Credit Application Instructions

1. Apply for CSN Admissions. If you have an NSHE number from NSC, UNLV, UNR, TMCC, or WNC you will still need to complete the CSN Admissions Application. *Use an email address you will be able to access after you graduate from high school. You can use these step by step CSN Admissions Application Instructions when completing Step 1 (CSN Admissions Application) of the CTE College Credit application process. 

2. Complete the CTE College Credit Application. Please note you will need your NSHE number to complete this application. *Use an email address you will be able to access after you graduate from high school. 

3. Complete the Consent Form-High School Records Release. CTE College Credit Consent Form-HS Records Release is only required for current high school students. If you have graduated from high school, you will need to submit official high school transcripts to our office by the application deadline.

CTE College Credit Consent Form- High School Records Release

CTE College Credit Consent Form-HS Records Release is only required for current high school students. If you have graduated from high school, you will need to submit official high school transcripts to our office by the application deadline.

 

STEP 1: CSN ADMISSION APPLICATION 

Students should only complete the CSN Admissions Application one (1) time. If you have previously completed the application on your own, through CTE College Credit, Jumpstart, or with a CSN Student Recruiter you can move on to Step 2.

Students who are still in high school need to make sure they go to the Dual Enrollment High School Student page to complete the CSN Application for Admission.

Please use these step by step CSN Admissions Application Instructions when completing Step 1 of the CTE College Credit application process. 

Students will be required to create an account to complete their CSN Admissions Application and will need to have access to their email to confirm it. 

STEP 2: CTE COLLEGE CREDIT APPLICATION

You will need your CSN College ID/NSHE# to finish the CTE College Credit Application. Students receive this information within 10 days of completing the CSN Admission Application. If you have not received your CSN College ID/NSHE # after a few days of applying OR you have misplaced your information, contact the CTE College Credit Office at 702.651.3521.

Go to the CTE College Credit Application page.

STEP 3: CTE College Credit Consent Form

Consent forms are only required for current high school students. Please complete the CTE College Credit Consent Form-HS Records Release and return to your high school CTE teacher or designated school liaison by the CTE College Credit application deadline. If you have graduated from high school, you will need to submit official high school transcripts to our office by the application deadline.

 

 

 


CTE College Credit Program
303 South Water Street, Suite 200
Henderson, NV 89015
Phone: 702.651.3521
Email


CTE College Credit is funded by the Carl D. Perkins,  Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century (Perkins V) Act in cooperation with the College of Southern Nevada and the Nevada Department of Education.