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CTE Dual Credit: College Credit - Now

Due to COVID-19, PNW College Credit staff will continue to work full time and normal hours but from our homes. The best way to contact our team is to email our shared inbox: INFO@PNWCollegeCredit.org.

Please send an email - even if you would like to have a phone conversation - then request a phone call from our staff. Be sure to specify a few good times for us to call.

COVID-19 TRANSCRIPTION DELAY! College registrars are working hard to get all eligible students transcribed for 2019-20 classes – Transcripts will be available to students before September 30th – To check the status of your transcript, log in to your CTE SERS profile at www.ctesers.org. Once logged in, view your Registration History, then click Details for each eligible class. We will email all transcribed students through CTE SERS as soon as all colleges have completed transcription. We appreciate your patience.

To verify the status of a specific class (including to check if a class has been transcribed yet), students can log in to their profile in the CTE Dual Credit registration website - CTE SERS (Career & Technical Education - Statewide Enrollment & Reporting System) at www.ctesers.org to verify the status of eligible classes they have completed. From the Student Home page:

  • Click on the arrow next to “Registration"  to view drop-down options
  • Then click on "View History”
  • Click “Details” to the left of each applicable class

Our team responds to emails very promptly, normally within 36 business hours. If you do not hear back from us within four business days, feel free to email our team again noting your previous email. In addition to your questions, please be sure to include the following in every email:

  • the students' name
  • birth date
  • high school
  • the school year in which the eligible class was completed (if applicable)
  • the best way to reach you - email or phone (including a few good times if requesting a call back)

Pacific NW College Credit (PNWCC) is dedicated to helping students get connected to clear, meaningful educational pathways that lead to successful career opportunities. Our consortium is sponsored by a partnership with 5 local colleges and over 14 School Districts (including more than 50 high schools & 2 Skill Centers)!

PNWCC offers high school students the option to earn college credit right at their high school for Career & Technical Education (CTE) classes through the CTE Dual Credit program (a nationwide program formerly known as Tech Prep). CTE Dual Credit recognizes the rigorous and stimulating quality of CTE classes offered in our high schools, rewarding student performance with college credit applicable to professional or technical degree programs at the college, and allowing students to prepare early for a successful future in high demand programs of study that lead to careers with potential - in demand right here in the Pacific Northwest!

According to the Washington Student Achievement Council, students who earn college credit are more likely to graduate high school, enroll in college, and complete a college degree.

Students who register their eligible high school class(es) with our program have the opportunity to earn both high school and college credit if they successfully complete the high school class(es) with a grade of “B” (3.0) or better.  The college credit earned is for actual college courses currently being offered at the awarding college, which are part of an established program of study leading to a college degree/career. At PNWCC, eligible students are sent to our college partners annually for direct transcription - meaning students are transcribed by our partner colleges as if they took the course at the college, during the summer quarter after they've completed the high school class, and students will receive an actual college transcript.

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Benefits of CTE Dual Credit

  • Save time & tuition dollars by getting a head start on fulfilling college degree or certificate requirements
  • Earn college credit for high school classes that lead to careers and programs of study with opportunities beyond high school
  • Get proof of what you've learned in a college transcript - skills to be productive & successful in the world of work
  • May qualify you for more scholarships
  • May increase the value of your college or job applications
  • Potential to save substantial time, money, or both!