Who can earn CTE Dual Credit?
Students in ninth to twelfth grade and enrolled in a high school CTE Class that has been designated as CTE Dual Credit eligible by Walla Walla Community College. Students must meet the registration deadline for the course and earn a grade of B (3.0) or better.
How do I know which high school classes are eligible for CTE Dual Credit?
High school course catalogs should list classes that are eligible for CTE Dual Credit and which college course(s) they count towards. Counselors, advisors and teachers at the high school are also a great resource for discovering eligible classes.
Where are CTE Dual Credits classes taught?
CTE Dual Credit classes are taught at the high school during the regular school day. You do not have to leave your high school campus to take these classes.
Can I earn college credit for a CTE Dual Credit class I took prior to this year?
If you enrolled in SERS during the same academic year you took the class and you earned a grade of “B” or better you can request credit transcription. If you did not enroll in SERS while taking the class, it is not possible to enroll retroactively and earn college credit.
How do I register?
Talk to your high school teacher about when you need to register. When it is time, they will help you create a student account in SERS (Statewide Enrollment Reporting System), the online registration system for CTE Dual Credit. Once you have created your account you will be able to register for the course(s) you are currently enrolled in.
How will credits get on my WWCC transcript?
If you enrolled in SERS during the academic year you enrolled in the class at your high school and earn a grade of B (3.0) or higher you may request that WWCC transcribe your credit by filling out the Request for Transcription Online Form. If you have not applied for admission to WWCC you will need to do so before credits can be transcribed.
Are the college credits I earn through CTE Dual Credit transferable to another college?
The college credits earned through CTE Dual Credit are part of a specific professional-technical degree program or certificate at Walla Walla Community College. If you would like to transfer those credits to another college or university, it is important to check with the admissions office of the college you want to attend to verify that the credits will be accepted into their program of study.