Career-Technical Assurance Guide (CTAG) Credit
Students who successfully complete approved high school technical programs are eligible to receive technical credit at Ohio’s public institutions of higher education. To be awarded CTAG credit at Tri-C, students must confirm that the College offers a degree program in their career-technical field.
The Career-Technical Credit Transfer (CT)2 Approved Course and Program Reporting System can help students find approved courses that may be eligible for (CT)2 credit at Tri-C.
CTAG Credit Awarding Procedure for CTAG Credit
- Students must grant permission to have a college or university post CTAG credit when they take the End-of-Course Exam.
- For some programs, a Non-CTAV Verification Form must be submitted along with appropriate documentation in order to receive course credit. The programs that require this form usually require a licensure or certificate. Check the form for your program.
- If permission is granted or the verification form is received, credit will be posted to the student's academic record once they have been accepted to Tri-C. The Office of the Registrar will send a notice to the student’s Tri-C email address once the credit has been posted.
If a verification form is required, the Tri-C Office of the Registrar must receive the completed form directly from the career technical institution. Have the completed form sent to:
Cuyahoga Community College
Office of the Registrar
P.O. Box 5966
Cleveland, OH 44101
Details concerning CTAG credit: Ohio Department of Higher Education's CTAG webpage
Information for high school students and families: Comparing CTAGs, AP and CCP
CTAG FAQ for high school faculty and staff