Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Program

Report
College
Credit Plus
(CC+)
Monday, March 9, 2015
7:30 pm HS study hall
What is CCP?
• Replaces the Post-Secondary Enrollment Options
Program (PSEOP)
• Allows eligible students in grades 7-12 to enroll in
non-religious, non-remedial courses through a
college/university in Ohio and earn both high school
and college credit
• College courses may be taken on the campus of the
college, online through the college, or at the high
school (for select courses)
Potential Benefits
 Expands rigorous curriculum options
• Allows students to earn college credits
before graduating from high school
• May help reduce college costs and time
spent in college after high school graduation
• Allows students to experience college
course work and college life
• May expose students to diverse social
groups
Potential Risks &
Consequences
 May reduced opportunities for participating in high
school activities
 Increased time for travel, study, etc.
 Possibility of exposure to adult content and information
 Unable to be on first and third quarter honor roll
because grades are not available until completion of
each semester
 Failure to complete the course or withdrawal after
the drop deadline may result in all financial
obligations for that course defaulting to the
student/parents
Potential Risks/Consequences
 May not be 100% transferable to all colleges
and universities as the subject area in which
it was taught. (may be accepted as a gen ed class)
 Beginning collegiate academic transcript
 Increased responsibility for learning
Academic/Social Responsibility
• Academic core college courses will be
computed into the high school GPA using
the same weighted scale as Honors courses
• All college course final grades will be
computed in student’s cum GPA
 Attendance in college is totally up to the
individual student. Parents will NOT receive
notification if the student does not report to
class
Academic/Social Responsibility
 No progress reports sent home by college
 Students who need support services while
participating in CCP should utilize the available
support services at the institution they are
attending such as math, writing, or computer
labs.
 Student covers parking expenses.
Program Options
 Option A:
• Student is responsible for all expenses
• May enroll for college credit only or for both college and
high school credit
• May use this option to take courses beyond the yearly
allowable credit limit
• Option B:
• Enroll for both high school and college credit
• Student is not responsible for course expenses through a
public institution
• Private institutions may charge student a fee per credit
hour
• Students are responsible for parking fees
Post-Secondary Institutions
 Off Campus
 On Campus
• BGSU, Owens
• University of Findlay
• Students must meet
the admission
standards of the
university
• Students must met the
admission standards
of the university
Admission Criteria: BGSU
 3.25 overall/cumulative GPA
 Must have taken any course considered prerequisites
 Placement testing
 Official transcript submitted by guidance office
 Application on-line and due by April 15th
 https://choose.bgsu.edu/apply/advanced
Potential Pathways: BGSU
15 CREDITS
30 CREDITS
FALL
SPRING
FALL
SPRING
GSW 1110
SOC 1010
GSW 1120
PSY 1010
MATH 1150
GSW 1110
SOC 1010
MATH 1150
COMM1020
ECON 2000
GSW 1120
PSY 1010
MATH 1280
POLS 1100
Admission Criteria: Owens
 No GPA requirement
 Official transcript submitted by guidance
counselor
 Placement testing through either the ACT
or Compass Test
 Must have taken any course considered prerequisites
 www.owens.edu/collegecreditplus
application
Potential Pathways: Owens
15 credits
30 credits
FALL
SPRING
FALL
ENG 111
SOC 101
ENG 112 ENG111
PSY 101 SOC101
MTH 213 MTH173
ART 101
AST 101
SPRING
ENG112
PSY 101
MTH 213
ECO 111
ENG 200
Admission Criteria: Findlay
 2.5 cumulative GPA
 Placement testing (ACT, SAT,PSAT, Compass)
 Official transcript submitted by guidance office
 Application on-line and due by April 1st
 *MATH 141 – must take Compass
CCP (U of Findlay)*
College Credits:
1. Biology II
3
2. Anatomy/Physiology 4
3. Honors Calculus
4
Student
Cost:
$30
$40
$40
CCP combinations
or
+
 YES - Pending that the schedule works
out.
The Conversion of Credit
Credits:
College
5
4
3
2
1
=
=
=
=
=
Eastwood
1.0
1.0
1.0
.60
.30
Scheduling
• Formula to determine eligible amount of college
credits:
• High School credits x 3. Subtract result from 30
 Work with your Eastwood counselor to determine how
college courses will be applied towards Eastwood
graduation requirements
 Students may not drop a full-year course at Eastwood
to enroll in a second semester course at the university
Scheduling
 If you choose to drop CCP second semester
you must notify your guidance counselor
immediately as it may put you in jeopardy of
not graduating on time
 College school year schedule will be
different than Eastwood schedule (Christmas
and Spring Breaks do no coincide)
Scheduling
CCP hours:
 30 hours per academic year
 120 hours total for high school years
Calculate :
 Determine student’s number of high school ONLY
classes
 Multiply that number by 3
 Subtract the result from the number 30
 Difference is the total number of college credits that
CCP student may earn that academic year
EXAMPLE
1.
2.
3.
4.
Taking 4 high school classes
4 x 3 = 12
30 – 12 = 18
Total number of college credits for
academic year is 18
Athletes
 Full-time CCP must be enrolled in a
minimum of 12 hours or more of
college course work
 Part-time CCP students must be
enrolled in at least 5 classes
 Phys Ed (.25) does not qualify
as one of the five classes.
Application Process
• Return Intent to Participate Form to the
Guidance Office by March 27th
• After April 1st will need permission from
superintendent to participate
• Research and understand college
requirements and deadlines
• Complete CCP admission application
Application Process
• Bring any required forms to your
counselor and request that a transcript
be sent
• Schedule and attend college
orientation/advising
• Bring schedule of college classes to
your counselor to make schedule
adjustments if needed
For More Information
www.ohiohighered.org/ccp
Questions
 Thank you for attending
 Representatives will be available after
the presentation for individual questions
~Donna Schuessler A-K
~Lori Maas L-Z
419-833-3611 ext.1253
419-833-3611 ext.1256
[email protected]
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