WHAT IS UNI-TRACK?
The Uni-Track Program at California State University, Fresno allows dual enrollment for high school students, who can earn college credits while enrolled in an approved Uni-Track course. Students can request a Fresno State transcript upon completion of the coursework. High School and CTE teachers are eligible to become adjunct professor/faculty members upon meeting university department qualifications to teach a Uni-Track course.
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?
Any junior or senior student who is enrolled in certain sections of: AP US History, AP Government, AP Macro/Micro economics, AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, AP Spanish, and specific CTE and CART classes.
CLOVIS NORTH UNI-TRACK COURSES
The following courses are approved to offer Uni-track credit to students who wish to do so.
Remember—you will not automatically receive the credit. You must register in the Fall and pay the designated fee in order to participate in Uni-track. Some courses may have a Spring registration as well.
AP United States History…….. HIST 11 (3 units) HIST 12 (3 units) Faith Younglund
AP Government………………...... POL SCI 2 (3 units) Clifford Nitschke
AP Macroeconomics ………….. ECON 50 (3 units) Mike Lamb
AP Microeconomics………….... ECON 40 (3 units) Mike Lamb
AP Calculus AB & BC………….. MATH 75 (4 units) MATH 76 (4 units) David Hobbs/Jennifer Lummis
AP Spanish……………………........ SPANISH 1A (4 units) Nancy Mojarras
Some CART courses and CTE courses are eligible for Uni-Track credits. Please check with CART or CTE for list of these courses.
REGISTRATION AND FEES
Uni-track fee is $40 per course; regardless of the number of units offered per course. As a reminder, students can register for 8 units of academic credit per semester. The number of courses the student is taking will determine his/her registration fees. Students must turn in the Uni-track registration and fees during the designated registration period (Sept/Oct) to their teacher(s). Students must register and pay for their registration fees online.
HOW DO YOU RECEIVE COLLEGE CREDITS?
At the end of the semester, your teacher will submit a final grade to CSU Fresno. The
grade the student earned is the grade that will be posted to their official transcript from CSU Fresno. When you apply to college, you can request a transcript from CSU Fresno that will indicate that you took the CNHS class as a CSU Fresno equivalent.