College Credit Plus Courses Outside Emerald Campus
The College Credit Plus (CCP) Program is a state of Ohio initiative to offer high school students the opportunity to take college/university courses while still enrolled in high school. The purpose of this program is to enhance students’ career readiness and postsecondary success, while providing a wide variety of options to college- and career-ready students, at no or limited costs to students and families.
Online or outside of Dublin Emerald Campus Option
The course options for students interested in participating in the CCP Program outside of Dublin Emerald Campus vary by the college/university and include many more potential options. Once students are admitted to a college/university for CCP, students may take courses in the college/university course catalog that are not remedial or religious, that apply toward a degree or professional certificate, and in a subject area in which students are deemed eligible and college- and career-ready.
The following applies when considering course options:
- Students must start with Level I courses for their first 15 credits
- Exceptions may be made for students to continue with courses in the same subject, test directly into a Level II course, or have earned the required scores on AP or IB course examinations
- Once students have completed their first 15 credits, they can move onto Level II courses
Example CCP offerings
Students should review the course catalog of the college/university for a full listing of course offerings eligible for CCP participation. Parents and students should also speak with their school counselor and their assigned postsecondary counselor for more detailed information.