Connecticut Credit Assessment Program (CCAP)

The Connecticut Credit Assessment Program (CCAP) at Charter Oak conducts credit reviews of non-collegiate instruction, making credit recommendations for successful completers and increasing students' access to nontraditional credit. Students may apply to receive the recommended credit on a Charter Oak transcript, either as transfer credit toward a Charter Oak degree or on the Charter Oak Credit Registry.  Non-Charter Oak students must use the fee-based Credit Registry service for a transcript; the associated fees are posted on the Undergraduate Current Fees page in the online College Catalog.

Students cannot request a credit review of a training program; only training sponsors are eligible to apply for a credit review of their non-collegiate instruction or training program. Students should consider alternate pathways, such as Testing and the Portfolio Program, to pursue credit for any college-level learning gained thorough training programs.  


As a founding member of the Consortium for the Assessment of College Equivalence (CACE), Charter Oak adheres to the CACE Standards for the Assessment of Non-Collegiate Instruction. Students who have successfully completed learning experiences that other CACE institutions have made credit recommendations for may be eligible to apply for the associated credit. 

Training Sponsors

Contact Linda Wilder at (860) 515-3862 or and request the CCAP Manual for more information.