The extended deadline for nonpublic students and homeschooled students to complete the electronic Intent and Application is May 1, 2020. Families can upload the appropriate documents including admission letters from colleges (provisional or fully accepted or some other document showing progress with application). The date of May 1, 2020 allows for timely processing of applications so that students can receive funding award letters and participate during summer term, if they so choose. Visit this link on the Ohio Department of Education's website for additional information on these changes.
College Credit Plus (CCP) Courses
Ohio’s College Credit Plus (CCP) Program gives students in grades 7-12 the chance to earn high school and college credit simultaneously by taking courses at participating Ohio colleges or universities. Tuition is free if your student takes classes at a public college. There may be modest fees for private college credit. All public colleges and certain private colleges in Ohio participate in the CCP program.
A student who takes College Credit Plus courses enjoys the opportunity to pursue more challenging classes and explore college interests sooner. While still in high school, students have the potential to earn a few college credits up to more than a year’s worth of credits. College Credit Plus can reduce your a student's time in college and therefore greatly reduce your family’s higher education costs.
Read more at the Ohio Department of Education's website, and/or download this overview letter from the Ohio Department of Education.
Take a look at these most recent CCP resources: