Proficiency in the basic skills of reading, writing, arithmetic, and computing is critical to your success. Before you enroll at CCV, you will take basic skills assessments. Not only will the assessments guide you in the course selection process, but they will provide you with feedback on your readiness to undertake college-level courses. Many students find that they need some developmental work to be ready for college-level courses.
CCV offers Introduction to College and Careers (ICC) free to high school students. This non-credit course helps students develop skills and strategies for college success. Students also have the option to take two free college courses through Dual Enrollment, or spend their entire senior year of high school in college through the Early College program.
CCV has expanded its workforce education offerings over the past year to meet the needs of a diverse group of businesses, organizations, and individuals.
You can apply credits toward a CCV degree in several ways in addition to successfully completing your classes; examples include transferring credits, Assessment of Prior Learning, Focused Portfolio Development, credits by examination, course challenge, and credit for evaluated non-college learning.