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LCS CCP Program

 

The deadline is APRIL 1 for nonpublic school students to apply for College Credit Plus funds for next school year.

STEP 1 - LEARN MORE ABOUT COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS AND COMPLETE YOUR SCHOOL COUNSELING REQUIREMENT

Review frequently asked questions about College Credit Plus here.

  1. Complete and submit the CCP Acknowledgement Form to the LCS Counselor and Intent to Enroll Form online - due by May 1.

LCS College Credit Plus Intent to Participate Form

Please complete all sections of this form to make your intent to participate in the CCP program during the 2022-2023 school year official. This form must be completed by 11:59pm on May 1, 2022 to participate in the CCP program at any time during the 2022-2023 school year. ALL CCP STUDENTS (returning and new) must complete this form each year. No late forms will be accepted.

Complete the School Counseling Requirements before the college term begins:

 

  • Watch the Presentation:

 

College Credit Plus Informational Presentation

The state of Ohio mandates that all school districts make College Credit Plus information available to students and parents each year. Important information, including updates and changes to the CCP program are outlined in this presentation. It is imperative that you and your student carefully review the presentation that is posted on the high school guidance website. Please ensure that your student follows the policies and procedures set forth by the College Credit Plus Program and the Ohio Department of Higher Ed. For additional information please visit www.ohiohighered.org/ccp.

STEP 2 - APPLY TO THE COLLEGE

  • Contact or check the websites of participating colleges in your area (links and info below). All public and participating private colleges in the state are listed at www.ohiohighered.org/ccp
  • Apply to the college or colleges of your choice. Once admitted to a college under College Credit Plus, the college will send your student an admission letter. Upload a copy of the admission letter to your College Credit Plus Funding Application. If your student gets an admission letter from more than one college, you must upload each college's admission letter. (See Step 3.)

STEP 3 - SUBMIT YOUR COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS FUNDING APPLICATION

STEP 4 - RECEIVE YOUR AWARD LETTER AND REGISTER FOR COLLEGE CLASSES

  • You will receive your funding award notification within your College Credit Plus Funding Application located in your OH|ID Account before May 15.
  • Once you receive your award notification, you can have your child register for college courses.
  • Provide a copy of your college schedule to your LCS School Counselor and work with them to determine classes to be taken at LCS, if applicable.




Additional 2021-2022 Local College Credit Plus Information

Each college has a unique application process when applying for the CCP program. Please view the following links for additional information regarding specific college requirements:

Please note an application will need to be submitted for each university and please check specific requirements such as accepted test scores and placement test policies.

UC Main Campus (Uptown)

  •  https://www.uc.edu/aas/ccp.html
  •  Contact Lauren Martin, Assistant Director of CCP, at marti2lk@ucmail.uc.edu or Beth Young, Director of CCP, at beth.young@uc.edu or 513-556-1955
  • Application deadline is April 15 for Summer semester
  • Application deadline is June 1 for Fall semester
  • Application deadline is November 1 for Spring semester 
  • If taking Fundamentals of IT, Database Management or Fundamentals of Web Development next year, the application must be completed by June 1 and you must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 and will be contacted by UC to take the UC Math Placement Test Online
  • Must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 and ACT or SAT with college readiness scores* if taking classes at UC (online or in person) if no ACT score but a 3.0 GPA, you will be contacted by UC to take both an English and math placement test. 

UC Blue Ash Campus

  • http://www.ucblueash.edu/admissions/collegecreditplus.html
  • Contact Cindy Jones, Program Director CCP cindy.jones@uc.edu or 513-936-1554
  • Application deadline is April 15 for Summer and June 1 for Fall semesters
  • Application deadline is November 1 for Spring semester
  • Must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 and ACT or SAT with college readiness scores* if taking classes at UC (online or in person) if no ACT score but a 3.0 GPA, you will be contacted by UC to take both an English and math placement test. 

UC Clermont Campus

  • https://ucclermont.edu/admissions/college-credit-plus.htmll
  • Contact Lauren Martin, Assistant Director of CCP, at marti2lk@ucmail.uc.edu or Beth Young, Director of CCP, at beth.young@uc.edu or 513-556-1955
  • Application deadline April 15 for Summer semester
  • Application deadline June 1 for Fall semester
  • Application deadline November 1 for Spring semester
  • Must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 and ACT or SAT with college readiness scores* if taking classes at UC (online or in person) with no ACT score but a 3.0 GPA, you will be contacted by UC to take both an English and Math placement test. 

Sinclair College

  • https://www.sinclair.edu/academics/k12/college-credit-plus/
  • Contact Christopher James, CCP Pathway Coordinator christopher.jame2519@sinclair.edu or 937-512-3186
  • Application deadline is May 1 for Summer and and June 1 Fall semester
  • Application deadline is November 1 for Spring semester
  • If planning on taking College Algebra, English Composition I or II or Honors Accounting offered at LHS, all CCP steps for admission to Sinclair must be completed and you must be accepted to take any of these classes
  • If a CCP applicant has not already taken the ACT or SAT, they will be required to take a placement test.
  • Sinclair Community College

Miami University Hamilton Campus or Middletown Campus (Regional Campuses)

Wright State

  • https://www.wright.edu/college-credit-plus
  • Wright State University
  • The completed application and required documentation should be submitted to Wright State University by August 1.
  • Complete and submit the online College Credit Plus Application by August 1
  • Complete assessment tests if required*

Cincinnati State

Chatfield College

  •  https://chatfield.edu/apply/future-students/college-credit-plus/
  • Contact Anthony Torrones, Admissions Counselor anthony.terrones@chatfield.edu or (513) 875-3344 ext. 115
  • June 1 for Summer, August 15 for Fall, and January 1 for Spring
  • Students must pass the placement test in the subject they wish to take if they do not have a college readiness score* on the ACT or SAT

Southern State Community College

  •  https://www.sscc.edu/ccp/
  •  Contact Jimmy Barnett, Director of Admissions  jbarnett11@sscc.eduor 1-800-628-7722 x 2677
  • Application deadline for summer is May1, Fall deadline June 1 and Spring is December 18
  • If a CCP applicant has not already taken the ACT or SAT, they will be required to take a placement test at Southern State Community College to determine college readiness.
  • Students taking Honors Chemistry or Bio Tech classes at LHS for the 2021-2022 school year must follow all CCP steps for admission to SSCC and must be accepted to take Honors Chemistry and all Bio Tech classes as a CCP class, otherwise the class will be taken for only high school credit

Cedarville

 

 

    • Contact College Now at collegenow@cedarville.edu or 937-766-3333.
    • Students should apply to Cedarville University by April 15, 2021, to ensure that your application is processed by the College Credit Plus deadlines.
    • Students in grades 7-12 applying to the College Now dual-enrollment program must meet Cedarville University’s undergraduate admission requirements

 

 

Mt. Vernon Nazarene

    • https://www.mvnu.edu/dualenrollment

 

 

  • Application deadline is April 15 for Summer semester
  • Application deadline is June 1 for Fall semester
  • Application deadline is November 1 for Spring semester
  • In response to the state's updated CCP program eligibility rules due to COVID-19, MVNU has implemented a simple, alternative process to move students forward in the enrollment process. Student eligibility and course placement* can be met in one of the following ways:
  1. Students with a cumulative high school GPA of 3.0 (not rounded) or higher as reported on an official high school transcript, or
     
  2. ACT and/or SAT scores may be used. Scores are considered official if they are received directly from the testing body or printed on the official high school transcript. Once scores are received by the college, they will be reviewed to determine if they meet the eligibility score thresholds set by the state of Ohio.

Reminder, the Intent to Participate Google Form needs to be completed by May 1

*College readiness scores are ACT English 18, Math 22, Reading 22 and SAT Reading /Writing 480, Math 530