Students are limited to 30 semester credits per academic year paid for through New Albany School’s agreement with participating colleges or universities (please note, students may be responsible for a portion of the tuition costs associated with private institutions). Students should submit receipts for fees and books to the administrative office for reimbursement. Students wishing to earn more than 30 semester credits per academic year will be responsible for all cost of attendance for each credit above the 30 semester hour credit limit. The cost of fees, books and tuition will be charged to a student’s account if they drop a course after the deadline and/or fail a CC+.
FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy ACT)College Credit Plus students are college students and subject to the federal FERPA. For regular college students, this means that college records are not released to anyone, even parents, without written permission from the student. For CC+ students, the high school and college may exchange records.
TRANSFER OF CREDITS Credits earned through CC+ are transferable to many public and private institutions in Ohio and out of state. Students who want to transfer to another university will need to send their transcript from the Institute of Higher Learning (IHL) to the university they plan to attend. Many of those courses apply towards the general education requirement or as electives at that school. Two websites are available to help students fully understand what courses will transfer: www.transfer.org or www.ohiomeanssuccess.gov.
Conversion of CC+ credits to high school credits
5 semester credits = 1 high school credit
4 semester credits = 1 high school credit
3 semester credits = 1 high school credit
2 semester credits = .67 high school credit
1 semester credit = .33 high school credit