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New CT Education Academy to Launch
Academy will provide training for CT state workforce

Charter Oak Offers New Non-Credit Cybersecurity Courses
Courses teach latest cybersecurity skills

Charter Oak Ranked First for Affordability
College offers most affordable online degree program in state.

Four Join College Staff
Academic and leadership staff additions.

Charter Oak Launches Health Care Major
New major focuses on health care workforce

Charter Oak awards 2013 Community College Transfer Scholarship
Charlene Hill of Meriden, CT is awarded annual scholarship

Connecticut Board of Regents for Higher Education
Our offices will be closed Friday, April 18 for Good Friday. We will reopen on Monday, April 21.

Credit Registry

Charter Oak State College offers a credit evaluation and record-keeping service for people who wish to accumulate credits on a transcript for the purpose of professional certification. Individuals who do not wish to seek a degree from Charter Oak State College but need to maintain records of their continuing professional education are among those who avail themselves of one of the Charter Oak State College registries.

Credit registry is provided for:

  1. Connecticut teachers who wish to use standardized examinations in meeting certification requirements;
  2. Individuals who have completed a non-collegiate program that has been evaluated for credit by the Connecticut Credit Assessment Program (CCAP); and
  3. Individuals who have completed a non-collegiate program that has been approved for credit by the American Council on Education, Charter Oak State College faculty or the National Program on Noncollegiate Sponsored Instruction.

Credit Registry Fees

General Credit Registry - CT Resident $321
General Credit Registry - Non-Resident $433
Credit Registry - COSC Reviewed Program $128
Credit Registry - CT Teachers $118
Reactivate Transcript $63

 

For more detailed information about the credit registry, contact Paul Morganti by email ( pmorganti@charteroak.edu ) or by telephone at (860) 515-3823.