2022-2023 ANNUAL INFORMATION SESSION
Use this guide as you watch the video. Your school counselor can answer any questions you have during an individual CCP counseling session.
Representatives from Ohio State Academy, Columbus State, Kenyon, Otterbein and others present essential information about CCP along with 2022 updates.
FOLLOW UP: INDIVIDUAL CCP COUNSELING SESSION
March 2022 - May 2022
Upon request, using the online appointment link: https://nahsguidance.simplybook.me/v2/
Any student considering taking CCP courses at OSU, CSCC or other local college must schedule a required counseling session with their school counselor to discuss goals, pros/cons, policies and opportunities. To be prepared for this appointment, students and their guardian/parent must view the CCP Annual Information Session. Thank you!
College Credit Plus Overview
College Credit Plus for Students & Families Ohio’s College Credit Plus can help you earn college and high school credits at the same time by taking college courses from community colleges or universities. The purpose of this program is to promote rigorous academic pursuits and to provide a wide variety of options to college-ready students. Taking a college course from a public college or university College Credit Plus is free. That means no cost for tuition, books or fees if you attend public school in the state of Ohio. If you choose to attend a private college or are homeschooled, you may have limited costs.
Your high school may have an agreement with a local college for specific courses. However, you can choose to take College Credit Plus courses from any college that offers a course that would benefit your future. This could include online courses.
Once you find the university or college you would like to attend for College Credit Plus, you can go to their website and complete the application—each school has their own process and procedures, as well as their own requirements to enroll in College Credit Plus.
As stated, College Credit Plus is free for all public school students who wish to attend a public Ohio university or college. There may be fees for homeschooled students, or students that wish to attend a private university of college.