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Lead Coordinator | College Credit Plus
Coordinator | College Credit Plus
Darke County Campus
College Credit Plus (CCP) offers a unique opportunity for students to enhance and further their educational and career objectives while still in high school. CCP students can earn college and high school credit concurrently, accelerating their college careers at no cost. Credits are easily transferable to public and private universities nationwide. As college students, CCP participants learn a great deal about what's expected at the college level, easing their future transition to college life.
Edison State Community College is committed to providing learning opportunities and support services that enable students to meet their educational goals and realize their dreams. Students accepted into the college agree to uphold the Code of Conduct, Academic Policies and General College Policies as outined in the Student Handbook.
Students in grades 7–12 who attend school in the state of Ohio may be eligible to participate in the College Credit Plus (CCP) program to earn free or low-cost college credits. Students wishing to participate in the CCP program through Edison State Community College must complete the admission steps listed below. In addition, non-public AND home-school students must complete the steps outlined for non-public school students and home-school students by the Ohio Department of Education.
SUBMIT Letter of Intent The student and parent/guardian must attend high school CCP meeting to receive information about the CCP program. Students must submit a Letter of Intent to their high school between February 15 and April 1. This letter informs the school district of the student's intent to participate in the CCP program the following school year. Many area high schools have a custom Letter of Intent tailored to the needs of the school district. See high school guidance counselor for additional information regarding the Letter of Intent.
Non-public and home-school students must submit their signed letter of intent via email to CCPIntentletter@education.ohio.gov. The Letter of Intent for non-public school students and home-school students must be submitted between February 15 and April 1 to be eligible to receive funding for the following school year.
APPLY to Edison State Prospective CCP students must complete the online CCP application to gain admission to Edison State. Click the button below to apply.
QUALIFY to participate After completing the online application, prospective students must submit qualifying ACT or SAT assessment scores or register to take the ACCUPLACER Assessment, to determine eligibility to participate in the CCP program at Edison State. Click the button below to review qualifications, explore resources to help prepare for the ACCUPLACER Assessment and to register for CCP ACCUPLACER testing dates.
ATTEND orientation New CCP students are required to attend new student orientation—where students will learn about valuable campus resources, receive student IDs and gain important information regarding Edison State policies and procedures. Click the button below to register.
After completing the admissions process, students should follow Edison State CCP course registration procedures to enroll in courses for each semester of participation.
Students who have previously been accepted into the College Credit Plus program and have established course eligibility at Edison State Community College may continue in the program by enrolling for courses at an Edison State campus, online or at their high school (if available). Students do not need to reapply to Edison State on a yearly basis. However, each year students must follow state guidelines regarding the submission of a Letter of Intent. Nonpublic school students and homeschool students must follow guidelines established by the Ohio Department of Education.
Returning students should follow Edison State CCP course registration procedures to enroll in courses for each semester of participation.
Edison State Community College is proud to partner with area high schools to offer high quality educational opportunities to students participating in the College Credit Plus program. Administrators interested in learning about partnership opportunities to establish course offerings at their high schools should contact Edison State's Dean of Arts and Sciences, Dr. Paul Heintz, for more information.
The staff at Edison State is available to assist high school guidance counselors and students with questions and concerns regarding Edison State CCP policies and procedures. Correspondence can be directed to the contacts listed below or my emailing CCP@edisonohio.edu.
Edison State College Credit Plus procedures utilize documents and forms that are specific to CCP. Please use the links below to access important information and forms needed for CCP participation.
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Students may be eligible to take up to 30 credits hours per academic year. The number of hours allowed is based upon a formula, which includes the number of non-CCP courses that the student is taking at their high school. Students may not exceed 120 credit hours throughout their participation in the program. Students will incur out-of-pocket expenses for courses taken that exceed state-provided funding.
Course registration occurs prior to fall, spring and summer semesters. A registration form must be completed and submitted for each semester of participation. It is the student's responsibility to meet with his/her guidance counselor, complete the registration form and submit the form to Edison State for each participating semester. Registration forms may be submitted to the high school guidance counselor, to the Student Affairs office at the Piqua or Darke County campus or by emailing to CCP@edisonohio.edu.
CCP Success Advisors are available to assist students with short-term and long-term planning to help support their academic goals. Advising services are available at both the Piqua and Darke County campuses by appointment. Please call the Piqua Campus at 937.778.8600 or the Darke County Campus at 937.548.5546 to schedule an appointment. In addition, WebAdvisor is a valuable online resource that CCP students can use to explore Edison State course offerings prior to meeting with their guidance counselor or CCP Success Advisor.
Students who are interested in taking online courses through Edison State will need to complete the XLN 100S Online Readiness Workshop. This workshop is designed to test preparedness for online learning and proficiency in using online learning tools. The workshop runs for one week and is completed online using the Blackboard web-based classroom. Students need to complete this workshop with a 70% or better to be eligible to enroll in online courses. Students are permitted two (2) attempts per semester to pass the Online Readiness Workshop. The fee for this workshop is waived for CCP students taking the course for the first time. Any future attempt(s) will cost $30 per workshop.
To register for the Online Readiness Workshop, students need to complete and submit the XLN Registration Form.
Success in online courses depends upon the ability to read and grasp course material independently of the face-to-face classroom setting, the ability to use the course delivery software effectively and the ability to utilize time management skills to meet class deadlines.
Edison State Community College is accredited through the Higher Learning Commission and offers highly transferable courses to both public and private institutions nationwide. Many Edison State courses are part of either the Transfer Assurance Guide (TAG) or the Ohio Transfer Module (OTM). The TAG is a set of statewide articulation agreements which guarantees the transfer of the course and credit to any Ohio public college or university. Likewise, when students complete an Edison State transfer module, the courses are guaranteed to transfer to any Ohio public college or university. It’s important to keep in mind that university programs will vary between institutions and some programs may require additional freshman or sophomore courses as prerequisites for junior or senior-level courses. Therefore, students are encouraged to seek out academic advising in order to refine their academic goals and determine an appropriate educational pathway.