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College Credit Plus

The College Credit Plus (CCP) Program allows eligible Ohio students in grades 7 through 12 to earn college and high school credit through the successful completion of college courses. Students interested in CCP (which includes, but is not limited to, specialized programs such as the John Glenn Internship as well as CCP courses offered on a student’s high school campus) must turn in an Intent to Participate form to their school counselor, demonstrate college-readiness, and be accepted by the college/university they wish to attend. Each college/university has its own GPA and standardized test minimums.

 

Information for the 2021-2022 school year NOW AVAILABLE!

  • Want to take a college course next school year? Please watch the CCP Nuts and Bolts video to access the 2021-2022 Intent to Participate form. 

    • Any student, including current CCP students, must complete an intent form to participate during the 2021-2022 school year.

  • Watch the How to Participate in CCP video to learn more about the steps you can take to participate in CCP.

  • How is CCP different than Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate coursework?  Check out this chart to understand the differences between these advanced course options and find the best fit for you.  

  • Check out the step-by-step checklist on the right to make sure you complete all of the steps to participate.

 

Our live panel discussion about College Credit Plus took place on
Wednesday, January 13, 2021, at 7 pm. 
 

View the video of the event HERE.      |      View the Q&A from the panel HERE.  

Additional CCP college institution program information 2021-2022


CCP Partner Institution Information
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  • Spring Semester 2021 courses will be delivered in an online or remote format (exceptions may include labs or other classes that require in-person instruction that can be delivered with appropriate social distancing).

    • You'll see courses offered online anytime and live online.  If you choose a live online course, you will be expected to participate in the class online during the times listed.  Online anytime means you don't have to report online at a certain time, but there will be course deadlines that you will need to follow.  

  • Your academic advisor at Columbus State Community College is Ju Leigh Serpa.  She can be contacted at jserpa@cscc.edu or (614) 287-3912.  Be sure to include your Cougar ID number in your communications with CSCC!

  • Spring Registration is now open

    • Please use this digital registration sheet and CSCC Registration Consent Form.  Directions on how to find the courses you would like to enroll in are here

      • All of the fields are now typeable.

      • Only the counselor's signature will be required on the registration form for the foreseeable future.  Once you complete the form with the sections you are requesting, email the form to your high school counselor.

      • Please refer to the Level 1 CCP Eligible Course list to see if the courses you want to register for are covered under the CCP program.

  • Student Services (Academic Advising, Tutoring, Library Services, Bookstore, Disability Services, etc) are available but will be delivered remotely. 

  • Textbooks 

    • Check your CSCC email for your book voucher!   SP21 vouchers are being emailed to your CSCC email address starting 1/6/21.  For additional information about CSCC textbooks, please visit the CSCC Bookstore's site for CCP students at http://www.cscc.edu/services/bookstore/college-credit-plus-books.shtml.

    • Please return your Fall CCP textbooks to the Academic Enrichment Center at 336 S. Otterbein Avenue (right across from Westerville South) asap. 

      • If your CCP textbooks are loose-leaf on online access code only, please email baldwina@wcsoh.org confirming this. You will not need to return loose-leaf college materials.

  • Find additional details about CCP on CSCC's website: www.cscc.edu/academics/college-credit-plus/ and be sure to check your CSCC email!  

  • Your academic advisor at Otterbein is Deanna Heermann. She can be contacted at dheermann@otterbein.edu or 614.823.1624. 

  • Find additional details about CCP at Otterbein at https://www.otterbein.edu/apply/college-credit-plus/ and be sure to check your Otterbein email often once you are accepted! 

  • Textbooks 

    • Pick up your textbooks directly at the Otterbein Bookstore.  Be sure to share you are a CCP student at Westerville to charge the books to the district's CCP account. 

    • Please return your Fall CCP textbooks to the Academic Enrichment Center at 336 S. Otterbein Avenue (right across from Westerville South) asap. 

      • If your CCP textbooks are loose-leaf on online access code only, please email baldwina@wcsoh.org confirming this.  You will not need to return loose-leaf college materials.

  • Your academic advisor at OSU is Michele Brown. She can be contacted at brown.1112@osu.edu or 614-688-4468.

  • For more information about the OSU Academy program, visit https://academy-ccp.osu.edu/.

  • Textbooks 

    • Please return your Fall CCP textbooks to the Academic Enrichment Center at 336 S. Otterbein Avenue (right across from Westerville South) asap.

      • If your CCP textbooks are loose-leaf on online access code only, please email baldwina@wcsoh.org confirming this.  You will not need to return loose-leaf college materials.

  • Find additional details about CCP at the University of Toledo at http://www.utoledo.edu/admission/dualcredit/.

  • Textbooks

    • You will receive textbook information from UT through your email.

    • Please return your Fall CCP textbooks to the Academic Enrichment Center at 336 S. Otterbein Avenue (right across from Westerville South) asap.

      • If your CCP textbooks are loose-leaf on online access code only, please email baldwina@wcsoh.org confirming this.  You will not need to return loose-leaf college materials.

Ashland University's Columbus campus is now offering CCP courses.  You can find more information about the CCP program here and a list of classes offered here.


Transferring to another institution
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Class of 2020: In order for your college credits earned as a CCP student to transfer to another institution, you need to send an official transcript from the college/university you attended for CCP.  If you have any issues accessing your college transcript, please reach out to your CCP Academic Advisor at the college/university.  

 

College/University   Transcript Request Process
Columbus State Community College (CSCC)   www.cscc.edu/services/student-forms/transcript-request.shtml
Otterbein University   www.otterbein.edu/registrar/transcript/
The Ohio State University (OSU)   registrar.osu.edu/alumni/index_transcript.asp
University of Toledo (UT)   www.utoledo.edu/offices/registrar/transcripts.html

 


College Credit Plus: Nuts & Bolts (2021-2022)
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  • Access to the Intent to Participate Form available at the end of the video.

 

 

College Credit Plus: How to Participate (2021-2022)
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