What is the Uni-track Program?
The Uni-track Program at California State University, Fresno allows dual enrollment for high school students, who can earn college credit while enrolled in an approved Uni-track course. Students can request a Fresno State transcript upon completion of the coursework. High School and ROP teachers are eligible to become adjunct professors/faculty members upon meeting university department qualifications to teach a Uni-track course. There are minimal student fees for these Uni-track courses.The Approval Process for New Courses and High School Teachers:
If your high school has current courses articulated with Fresno State and you would like to have additional courses reviewed, please submit the following five items (per course and per instructor) to Mrs. Dolores Vezzolini to begin the review process:
- A current resume.
- A Letter of Intent.
- Three Letters of Reference and one must be from your current high school principal.
- A detailed course syllabus including learning objectives.
- Transcripts showing highest degree held.
Information for Parents and Students:
Please check with your high school principal and/or academic advisor to find out if your high school currently offers articulated courses through the Uni-track Program at Fresno State.
If you choose to participate in a high school program through California State University, Fresno, you will be held to the same standards, policies, regulations and deadlines that govern all students enrolled at Fresno State.
Uni-track courses will earn college credit and a permanent grade will be recorded on a California State University, Fresno transcript.
Uni-track (Extension) academic credit courses are not acceptable for meeting the residence requirements at California State University, Fresno.
Restrictions for Uni-track Students:
-Can register for up to 8 units of academic credit, per term/semester.
-Must have a junior or senior standing at their high school.
-Cannot earn both course credit and A.P. exam credit.
Most Uni-track classes are offered with the "Mixed Grading" option. This means you can choose the "Letter" grading option A, B, C, D, F, WU (failure - withdrawal unauthorized), I (incomplete) or CR/NC (credit/no credit) option.
When you select a "Letter" grading option of A, B, C, D, F, WU or I, the appropriate grade points are calculated into the grade point average at Fresno State. The following are grade points that will be earned for the following letter grades: A (4 points per unit), B (3 grade points per unit), C (2 grade points per unit), D (1 grade point per unit), F (0 grade points per unit), WU (0 grade points per unit) and I (not used in grade point calculations).
When you select a CR/NCR option, you must earn at least a "C" or better grade to receive Credit (CR) in the course. The "CR" grade contains no grade points but the units are allowed for your degree and are not computed into your grade point average. If you earn a No Credit (NCR) grade, this means you didn't earn a "C" or better in the course. No units will be calculated into your total number of units completed and no units will be allowed towards your degree. No grade points are calculated into your grade point average.
*If the student doesn't choose a grading option, when the "Mixed Grading" option is available, the system will automatically default to "Letter" grading.
**Some Uni-track courses don't have a grading option available and the grading basis cannot be chosen by the individual student.
Determining Term Assignments:
The term in which your course is identified and your grade is posted is determined by the last date of class.
Course BEGINS Course ENDS TERM
August, 2014................December, 2014/January, 2015..........Fall, 2014
August, 2014.......................May or June, 2015......................Spring, 2015
January, 2015......................May or June, 2015.....................Spring, 2015
Academic Unit Maximums, Per Semester/Term:
Students are limited to enrolling in a total of 8 units of academic credit or a total of two courses, per semester/term.
Uni-track students who will exceed 8 units allowed in Spring, 2015 will need to submit a paper registration form to the Division of Continuing and Global Education (CGE) since the online registration system will NOT allow students to exceed the 8 unit limit per semester/term. Paper registration forms will be emailed, upon request, to the individual Uni-track instructors.
If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Dolores Vezzolini at (559) 278-0418 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please understand that if your register for a Uni-track course and you decide to drop the course at your high school you must also drop the course through Fresno State within the appropriate deadlines and follow the appropriate drop procedures established by CGE. Retroactive Withdrawals will only be considered for circumstances that arise beyond a student's control.
Uni-track courses can be dropped on-line by accessing your student account through http://my.fresnostate.edu. If your name appears on your Uni-track instructor's final grade roster, then you have not dropped the course.
Refunds are not available. Special exceptions will be considered only for extraordinary circumstances beyond a student's control (such as involuntary hospitalization) which will be reviewed on a case by case basis. Student should contact CGE at 559.278.0333 for more information.
Fresno State Transcripts can be obtained through the Transcript Office on our Fresno State campus. Information on how to request an "official" transcript can be viewed at the following URL: http://www.fresnostate.edu/studentaffairs/are/registrar/transcripts.html.
The following instructions will assist you in registering online for the Uni-track program:
Coming Soon - Click here for registration instructions for Uni-track students WITH ID numbers.
Coming Soon - Click here for registration instructions for Uni-track students WITHOUT ID numbers.List of Current Articulated Courses:
Coming Soon - Click here for a list of courses articulated for the 2014-2015 Academic Year.
If your high school offers articulated courses with Fresno State, please check with your instructor on how you can register and pay for your fees online.
For more information, please contact:
Dolores R. Vezzolini, Uni-track Coordinator
California State University, Fresno
5005 N. Maple Avenue M/S ED 76
Fresno, CA 93740