Steps to Enroll: CTE College Credit

The Steps to Enroll for TMCC's CTE College Credit Program for High School Students were developed to support your success at TMCC. You must complete the following steps to earn free Career and Technical Education (CTE) College Credit while in high school.

  1. Determine Your Eligibility
    High school students who receive the Nevada Department of Education Certificate of Skill Attainment may qualify for free college credit for approved programs. To be eligible you must:
    • Complete the CTE program course sequence with a B average or higher.
    • Pass the State End-of-Program Technical Skills Assessment.
    • Pass the State Workplace Readiness Skills Assessment.
  2. Apply for Admission
    Complete a TMCC Application for Admission and view important dates and deadlines. You will receive your NSHE Student ID number within seven days of submitting your application. Note: Your NSHE Student ID number is required to proceed to Step #3. If you have questions, contact the Admissions and Records office.
  3. Apply for TMCC CTE College Credit
    Complete and submit a TMCC CTE College Credit Application (accepted within 3 years of graduating from high school).
  4. Complete New Student Orientation, Advising, and Registration (SOAR)
    All new, degree-seeking students must complete SOAR. SOAR (Part I) is online and covers information and resources you need to start your education at TMCC on the track to success. SOAR (Part II) is your chance to meet with the advising staff, prepare a first semester class schedule and register.
  5. Register and Pay for Classes
    Class registration and payment are completed through MyTMCC using your TMCC username and password. If you need assistance with your username or password and you know your NSHE Student ID number, visit the online self-service tools. If you do not know your NSHE Student ID number or would like additional registration assistance, call the Registration Call Center at 775-673-7111 or visit the Welcome Center (located on the first floor of the Red Mountain Building).

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