CTC is proud that it is a member of the Service members Opportunity College Degree Network System (SOC DNS) as we strive to serve the educational needs of servicemembers and their families. College courses in which the student has earned a grade of "C" or better, or "P" may be accepted as transfer credit provided they are from accredited, degree granting institutions. In addition, CTC evaluates and accepts many kinds of educational experiences, including military, civilian, traditional and non-traditional for credit toward an associate's degree.
To have your credits and/or civilian/military work experience evaluated, you must submit a completed Evaluation Request Form. This form can be submitted online or by mail to CTC's Central Campus.
Central Texas College is dedicated to serving the unique needs of our students and understands that it is appropriate to recognize non-traditional learning experiences by awarding course credit. This is done in accordance with recognized guides such as those published by the:
The purpose of ICEP is twofold:
As with other student services inquires, students should contact their local Central Texas College Site Coordinator for further information.