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  • High School Students

    Qualification Information

    Students interested in participating in the College Credit Plus (CCP) program must submit assessment scores to determine CCP participation eligibility and course eligibility at Edison State Community College. Students can submit qualifying ACT or SAT scores OR register to take the ACCUPLACER Assessment at one of the Edison State locations.

    COVID Impacts  Based on flexibility/guidance released by the state, CCP eligibility for the 2021–2022 academic year may be established through the use of assessment scores OR the student's unweighted high school cumulative GPA. A minimum unweighted high school cumulative GPA of 3.0 is required to establish program eligibility.

    Edison State is currently limiting visitors to campus and will be utilizing a transcript review process to establish CCP program and course eligibility. Transcripts may be sent to CCP@edisonohio.edu or, where applicable, to your district's Edison State liaison. Once the transcript is evaluated, students will receive notification from the College outlining their program acceptance and course eligibility.

  • Eligibility to participate in the College Credit Plus (CCP) program is determined by state guidelines. Students must meet college-ready benchmark standards in at least one subject area or meet additional qualification standards set by the state, in order to be eligible to participate in CCP.

        College-Ready Benchmark Scores     
    ACCUPLACER ACT SAT
    263 Writing 18 English  480 Writing and Reading
    250 Reading 22 Reading  
    263 Math  22 Math  530 Math 

    In addition to program eligibility, assessment scores will be evaluated to determine course eligibility at Edison State. Students must meet course eligibility standards to enroll in courses with prerequisite requirements.

    Prospective CCP students who do not have qualifying ACT or SAT scores, must complete the ACCUPLACER Assessment at Edison State. Each student is permitted an initial ACCUPLACER assessment at no cost. For subsequent attempts, students will be charged a $10 reassessment fee, due at the time of testing.

    COVID Impacts  Based on flexibility/guidance released by the state, CCP eligibility for the 2021–2022 academic year may be established through the use of assessment scores OR the student's unweighted high school cumulative GPA. A minimum unweighted high school cumulative GPA of 3.0 is required to establish program eligibility.

    Edison State is currently limiting visitors to campus and will be utilizing a transcript review process to establish CCP program and course eligibility. Transcripts may be sent to CCP@edisonohio.edu or, where applicable, to your district's Edison State liaison. Once the transcript is evaluated, students will receive notification from the College outlining their program acceptance and course eligibility.

    An ACCUPLACER Score Report is emailed to the student upon completion of the assessment. The report is emailed to the address provided at the time of the assessment. Students needing access to prior test results may access their score reports through the ACCUPLACER Student Portal.

    Prospective CCP students with qualifying ACT or SAT scores are not required to take the ACCUPLACER assessment. After completing the online application, students should submit their qualifying ACT or SAT scores and their high school transcript to CCP@edisonohio.edu or via postal mail to the following address.

    ESCC–CCP
    1973 Edison Drive
    Piqua, Ohio 45356

    Edison State course eligibility is determined through an evaluation of assessment scores and additional factors. Students will be notified of general course eligibility after the submission of assessment scores and high school transcripts.

    Multiple Measures  In addition to assessment scores, course eligibility may be determined through Multiple Measures procedures. Multiple Measures assessment evaluates a student's course eligibility based upon several factors, including the student's high school transcript, achievement in high school math and/or English courses and overall high school GPA. 

    Course Prerequisites  Some courses have specific requirements that must be met prior to enrollment. These prerequisites vary by course and may consist of assessment score requirements and/or the completion of prior course work. Students must satisfy all prerequisites prior to achieve course eligibility.