Partner Colleges and Universities

Colorado Christian University

Founded in 1914, Colorado Christian University is a fully accredited university enrolling thousands of undergraduate and graduate students (total enrollment over 5,000), with learning centers in six cities, a suburban campus, and thousands of alumni around the world. Colorado Christian University is the only evangelical institution of higher learning in the Rocky Mountain region and continues to increase academic standards, enrollment, and community life while becoming financially strong and well-prepared for future growth and opportunities.

Beginning in the Fall 2015 Semester: Students who are enrolled in CCU’s Dual Credit Program are eligible to receive a $1,250 annual scholarship ($5,000 over four years) to CCU's College of Undergraduate Studies. Students who are attending a Christian high school will be eligible for CCU’s Partner in Christian Education Scholarship, and students who are attending a public high school are eligible for a Dual Credit Public High School Scholarship.

Colorado Christian University
8787 W Alameda Ave, Lakewood, CO 80226
303-963-3029
http://www.ccu.edu/dualcredits/

William Jessup University

William Jessup University began during the Great Depression of the 1930’s when there was a need for a Bible college in the greater San Francisco Bay Area. The 130 acre campus has become host to over 20 degree majors and over 50 programs. In 2014 William Jessup University had close to 1,400 people take classes at their campuses in Rocklin and San Jose. In partnership with the Church, the purpose of William Jessup University is to educate transformational leaders for the glory of God.

Dual Credit partnership as of Fall 2016.
William Jessup University
2121 University Avenue, Rocklin, CA 95765
800-355-7522
http://www.jessup.edu/academics/dual-credit/information-for-students-and-parents/

Project Lead The Way (PLTW)

PLTW classes are nationally standardized project-based courses that prepare students for college-level work and culminate with a student assessment, which colleges and universities can use to determine if a student earns college credit. The following are ways in which we see post-secondary institutions articulating with PLTW (some institutions define these terms differently, so please verify before making assumptions).

  • Course Substitution Credit
    PLTW course substitutes for a program course. Treated similarly to AP or transfer credit.
  • Advanced Standing Credit
    PLTW course eliminates the need for an elective course; or gives them no course credit, but gives them credit to advance their class standing (i.e. early registration, parking preferences, early financial assistance increase due to reaching junior status quicker).
  • Partial Course Credit
    Grant partial credit for a course, thus reducing the tuition to the student, but not the time.
  • Bridge Courses
    Course designed specifically to fill any gaps between the PLTW courses and related program courses.
  • Retro-Credit Model
    Students that successfully complete a higher level course in a sequence are granted program credit for a prerequisite course.
  • Test-out or Challenge Exam
    Students are allowed to sit for a challenge exam, and upon successful completion will receive credit for the program course.

To view the list of PLTW partners, please visit http://www.pltw.org/university-partners
Project Lead The Way (PLTW) http://www.pltw.org

West Hills Community College

West Hills Community College is part of the California Community Colleges, which make up the largest higher education system in the nation. The system is comprised of 72 districts, 112 colleges, and enrolls more than 2.9 million students.

As part of the California Community College system, West Hills works cooperatively with the University of California (UC), the California State University (CSU), and the Association of Independent California Colleges and Universities (AICCU) to ensure that their students have access to the necessary coursework and are provided with the services needed to successfully transition to baccalaureate-granting institutions. The transferability is not guaranteed—you should always research the colleges that you are considering. Not sure if your credits will transfer? Check out www.assist.org

WEST HILLS COLLEGE COALINGA
West Hills Community College District
300 Cherry Lane, Coalinga, CA 93210-1301
559.934.2000
http://www.westhillscollege.com/coalinga

  • Elementary School 1450 Leigh Avenue
  • San Jose, CA 95125 408.559.4400 FAX: 408.559.4022
  • Junior High 100 Skyway Drive, Ste. 130
  • San Jose, CA 95111 408.513.2460 FAX: 408.513.2472
  • High School 100 Skyway Drive, Ste. 110
  • San Jose, CA 95111 408.513.2400 FAX: 408.513.2527
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