Students who successfully complete specified high school technical programs may be eligible to have technical credit transfer to Ohio public colleges and universities. How credit is transferred is defined by Career-Technical Assurance Guides (CTAG). CTAGs are advising tools that assist students moving from Ohio secondary and adult career-technical institution to Ohio public institutions of higher education.
The statewide guarantee of credit transfer applies only when the career-technical institution and Ohio University have an approved program or course and features the use of specific technology. Visit the Ohio Department of Higher Education’s Career-Technical Assurance Guide Courses Reporting System for more information on how your career-technical credit aligns with Ohio University coursework.
How to Receive Credit
To receive credit, admitted students should complete the appropriate Career-Technical Articulation Verification (CTAV) request form based on the campus for which they have been admitted and intend to enroll.
By completing the request form you are giving Ohio University Undergraduate Admissions permission to retrieve the Credit Availability Report from the Higher Education Information portal to confirm and award credit for completed career technical program(s) and/or coursework on your behalf.
Students may be required to provide proof of credentials and licenses to receive credit for specified programs or courses. Go to the Ohio Department of Higher Education Career-Technical Credit Transfer (CT)² website for more information, including CTAGs.