Introduction to College & Careers for
High School students

  1. Apply. CCV’s admissions process is simple and free, and you can apply online. (You’ll need your social security number to complete the application form.)
  2. Check the ICC course schedule.
  3. Register for ICC.

Dual Enrollment for High School Juniors and Seniors

  1. Apply. CCV’s admissions process is simple and free, and you can apply online. (You’ll need your social security number to complete the application form.)
  2. Check out the course schedule and choose a class that interests you. Then talk to your school counselor to make sure it fits with your Personal Learning Plan.
  3. Claim your Dual Enrollment voucher. You’ll need this to get the free tuition.
  4. Register by connecting with a CCV advisor to get the class you want.

Fast Forward for Technical Center students

  1. Apply. CCV’s admissions process is simple and free, and you can apply online. (You’ll need your social security number to complete the application form.)
  2. Make an appointment for a free Accuplacer assessment. Contact your school counselor to take the assessment at your technical center. You are also welcome to take the assessments at your local CCV Academic Center —just call the CCV Academic Center most convenient for you to schedule an appointment.
  3. Meet with your technical center teacher or school counselor and complete the online registration form.

Early College for High School Seniors Only

  1. Apply for admission by the following deadlines: Priority – May 1; Final – August 1. This step must be completed by all Early College applicants, including current Dual Enrollment, Intro to College & Careers, and Fast Forward students. The Early College application includes the following checklist items:
    • the Educator Recommendation form, completed by your school counselor, teacher, CCV advisor, or CCV faculty who has worked with you academically and can speak to your abilities (parents/guardians/family members may not complete this form)
    • the Graduation Requirements form, completed by your high school counselor, or your parent/guardian/program supervisor if you are a home study student
    • the Principal Assurance form, requested by the individual completing the Graduation Requirements form and completed by your high school principal, or your parent/guardian/program supervisor if you are a home study student
    • official copies of all high school transcripts (submitted to CCV directly by your school), and
    • an essay uploaded to your Application Status page after application submission, using the following prompt:
      Entering the Early College program at CCV involves withdrawing from your high school and taking a full-time schedule of college courses. In an essay of one to two pages, explain how you know you are ready for this challenge and how you plan to be successful if accepted into the program.
  2. Complete the Accuplacer assessment (or submit official score reports for SAT, ACT, or PSAT assessments meeting college benchmarks)

Soon after your completed application is received, you will be contacted regarding your status in the Early College program. If accepted, you will then work with your school counselor and a CCV advisor to enroll full-time in college courses.

Students must apply and be ready to enroll in full-time, college-level coursework. Contact CCV Admissions (admissions@ccv.edu, 802-654-0505) for more information.