College Credit Plus
College Credit Plus is an initiative by the Ohio Department of Education to allow high school students, grade 7 – 12, to attain college credit up to 30 semester hours per school year tuition free at Ohio public institutions by the 2015-16 school year. This initiative will replace the current dual enrollment and postsecondary education option programs that are currently being utilized. Finalized rules will be released for the College Credit Plus program by the end of February 2015. The college courses will be transcripted on the students’ high school and college transcripts. It will be the students’ responsibility to ensure the college courses taken transfer to the college or university of their choosing. Students will also be responsible for obtaining their college transcript of completed coursework to the institution they are transferring the credits.
College courses may be taken at participating College Credit Plus institutions provided that the student meets the admission criteria of the institution. For a full listing of courses offered, please review the course catalog on the institution’s website.
The University of Toledo. To learn more about their program, visit: http://www.utoledo.edu/admission/dualcredit/index.html
Owens Community College. To learn more about their program, visit: https://www.owens.edu/collegecreditplus/
Northwest State Community College.To learn more about their program, visit: http://www.northweststate.edu/collegecreditplus/