1 An Introduction to College Credit Plus for Westerville Students & Families March 3, 2015
2 Overview of College Credit Plus (CCP) CCP is an opportunity for qualified students in grades 7-12 to take college classes before graduation. CCP Covers all dual credit programs including: on campus, at the high school and on-line All public colleges must participate, private colleges can choose to participate.
3 Benefits of CCP Explore post-secondary interests Opportunity to enroll in classes not available at high school Exposure to college faculty/ college expectations College credit may transfer easily (especially between public institutions within Ohio) Earn an industry credential (or be well on your way to earning one)
4 Options in your high school You can participate in CCP without leaving your high school. 5 CCP Courses will be offered in your high school next school year including: Business Technologies Department Science Department Computer Concepts and Applications (CSCI 1101) Fundamentals of Business & Administrative Services (BMGT 1101) Medical Terminology (MULT 1010) Introduction to Healthcare (MLT 1100) Marketing Principles (MKTG 1230)
5 Options on a College Campus Students can choose any course that applies toward a degree or workforce certification at a public (or participating private) college. Enrollment in courses is not guaranteed.
6 College-readiness determined by college. No minimum GPA required.
7 Maximum Credit Hours CCP limits students to 30 credit hours MAX per academic year Formula to determine eligible college hours: Take student s # of high school only Carnegie units and multiply by 3. Subtract that answer from 30. This will give you the number of hours for which student may earn in that academic year.
8 What about Summer Term? CCP applies only during the academic year Enrolling in summer coursework = Self-pay Eligible for college credit only
9 Cost There is no additional cost to you to participate in CCP courses offered at a public college/university. There may be additional fees to participate in CCP courses offered by a private institution. Textbooks are included. student may be required to return at the end of the term Optional fees not covered under CCP including: Transportation, parking, gym membership
10 Credit Successful completion of the course results in earned credit on both your high school AND college transcript. Your CCP course grade will be reflected on both transcripts. CCP courses carry 1.25 weighted credit 3 semester hours or more = 1 high school credit
11 Points to consider Is this a right fit for me based on my strengths and goals? College courses may take more time and you re building college transcript. Courses may transfer differently to other institutions. Check out transferology.com to explore the portability of credits. College courses follow the institution s guidelines (dates in session, withdraw procedures). There is a financial obligation to reimburse the district if you fail or do not complete a course.
12 Find the Colleges and Courses that Fit Students have options! Sample pathways are highlighted in the HS Course Description Guide on pgs Pathways are courses to help guide you, not obligate you.
13 Sample Pathways
14 Career Pathways
15 Career Pathways
16 Deadline for Students: By April 1, you must tell us if you intend to participate next year.
17 The Ohio State Academy Classes offered on campus or on-line Available at Columbus or Regional Campuses Wide range of course work available
18 Admission Criteria for Columbus OSU Academy Holistic Review Process, which includes: Class rank or cumulative GPA Completion of college prep coursework Rigor of coursework (Honors, Advanced Placement, etc.) Leadership and involvement Recommendations of teachers and counselors Application Deadline Autumn semester May 1 Spring Semester November 1
19 Admission Criteria Regional Campuses OSU Academy Open Enrollment Campuses Students must meet the Remediation Free Guidelines of the State of Ohio Based on ACT or SAT scores
20 Who should participate in CC+? Students who are motivated and mature Students who are academically strong students Students who want to explore academic areas that may not be available at their high school Students who have the time to devote to college classes
21 CC+, AP, IB, Honors What s Best? Selective admissions colleges look for students who have the most rigorous courses Both the subject matter and the level of rigor are considered Students should take math all four years of high school Natural Sciences and Foreign Language courses are also highly rigorous Don t skip a college prep course for a non-college prep college course
22 Scheduling Classes OSU Academy Class selection occurs at Orientation in late summer Students schedule one semester at a time Admission doesn t guarantee enrollment in a specific course It may not be offered at a time when you are available It may not have seats available It may have specific pre-requisites such as prior courses or enrollment in a specific degree program.
23 For More Information about the OSU Academy: Michele C. Brown Senior Assistant Director Undergraduate Admissions (614)
24 Columbus State Community College Classes offered on campus, online, or in your high school Downtown Columbus campus, Delaware campus or Regional Learning Centers Wide range of courses and pathways available
25 Academics CSCC Dual Credit Program Career and Tech Business & Marketing Computers & Interactive Media Construction Sciences Engineering & Skilled Trades Health & Medical Human & Public Services Arts and Sciences Associate of Arts and Associate of Science General Education Requirements/Transfer
26 What We Offer CSCC Dual Credit Program Advising Services C.A.S.E. (Center for Advising, Support, and Exploration) Preferred Pathways with 8 partner institutions The Ohio State University, Franklin University, Ohio University, Otterbein, Ohio Dominican, Ohio Wesleyan, Miami University, and Capital Tutoring Disability Services Counseling Services Writing Center Registration Workshops Once you re admitted, you re admitted!
27 Admission Criteria CSCC Dual Credit Program Open Admissions No GPA requirement Must meet course placement requirements College-Ready Standards *(if required for course) ACT COMPASS Reading 21 or Higher 81 or Higher English/Writing 18 or Higher 69 or Higher Mathematics 22 or Higher Algebra Domain- 52 or Higher
28 4 Course Eligibility CSCC Dual Credit Program Placement Compass or ACT scores Prerequisite Prior Coursework AP scores Other previously earned college credit (must send official transcript to Columbus State) Plan of Study, or Pathway
29 Admissions Process CSCC Dual Credit Program Apply online CSCC Application Receive Cougar ID# (you will need this in order to test) Test Take Compass or submit ACT scores May or may not be coordinated through your high school Orientation and Registration All CC+ students will be required to complete an orientation and registration session Students will receive information via Registration forms will be obtained from School Counselor
30 Admissions Timeline and Important Dates CSCC Dual Credit Program April 1 st deadline to notify your school counselor of your desire to participate in College Credit Plus May 1 st deadline to submit Columbus State admissions application for Autumn 2015 June 1 st deadline to submit ACT scores, complete Compass testing, and to submit course registration forms*
31 For More Information about the CSCC Dual Credit Program : Jacqueline Stewart Kimberly Connell Director Assistant Director Dual Credit Dual Credit
32 High School Options Information Night Cory Conrad COTC Admissions Representative
33 College Credit Plus College Credit Plus ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS COTC Application (Promo Code: HSOptions) Intent to participate form Turn in to high school by April 1 Official High School Transcript Student must meet established course pre-requisite
34 College Credit Plus College Credit Plus Three different ways to participate: OPTION A: Students can take courses at the high school with high school teachers who are credentialed at the college level. (Course availability determined by high school leadership.) OPTION B: Students can take courses at the high school taught by COTC faculty. (Course availability determined by high school leadership.) OPTION C: Students can take courses taught by COTC faculty at any one of the four campuses.
35 College Credit Plus Risks Students are covered by FERPA Parents will not have access to student records without a waiver College communicates exclusively through Students need to check their official account daily Factor in study time when considering CCP classes Travel time between campuses also matters Extra curricular activities may have to take a back seat CCP can affect sports, music and other clubs
36 Benefits of a two-year college Affordability Low tuition Financial aid available Accessibility Open enrollment Transferability TAGs Ohio Transfer Module Articulation Agreements
37 What COTC has to offer! College Credit Plus 3 options available Over 40 Technical Associate Degrees and Certificates 4 Full Service Campus Locations Newark, Pataskala, Knox and Coshocton Career Services Annual Career Fair and Transfer Fair Center for Academic Success Tutoring, Math Lab, and Communication Resource Center Concurrent Enrollment Option (CEOP)
38 What makes us unique? We offer a hands-on approach to learning. Nearly 85% of COTC graduates are employed within 6 months of graduation. Small class sizes provide for a quality classroom experience COTC s average class size is 16 students. Affordability: COTC is a great, affordable path for a post-secondary education in Ohio! About 33% of COTC students go on to pursue a bachelor s degree. We have many partnerships with various colleges and universities to help you get there, and reduce your overall college costs!
39 Associate Degrees Allied Health Business Management Engineering & Information Technologies Nursing Public Safety Social & Behavioral Sciences Arts & Sciences One-Year Certificates
40 QUESTIONS? Cory Conrad
41 Otterbein University Westerville College Credit Plus Academic Year
42 Admissions Process Complete the State Intent to Participate form by April 1, 2015 Complete the Otterbein online application at Otterbein.edu/apply by May 15, 2015 Submit official high school transcript, ACT or SAT score, letter of recommendation
43 Admissions Criteria College Credit Plus students are evaluated with the same holistic review process as new Freshmen High school performance (G.P.A., class rank, course selection and rigor, grade trends) ACT or SAT scores Activities (leadership, work, community service, athletics)
44 Typical Admit High school G.P.A. >3.0 in core curriculum (English, Math, Sciences, Social Sciences, Foreign Languages) and, ACT >21 or SAT (CR & M) > 990, however, Grade trend (up or down) is very important, as is increasing academic rigor
45 Additional Criteria Some programs have additional criteria: Audition Portfolio review Minimum G.P.A. or test score Individual courses may have prerequisites
46 Scheduling Otterbein courses taught at the high school will be scheduled through the high school. There will be a mandatory orientation/ advising session in August. Course taught on our campus will be scheduled at an on campus Orientation in August.
47 What can you take? Common choices among high school students: Calculus II (MATH 1800) Multi variable Calculus (MATH 2700) Psychology for Non Majors (PSYC 1000) Chinese (CHIN 1000) Media Writing (JAMC 1500) (Fall 2015 schedule live after March 2)
48 What Does it Cost? Students pay $20/credit hour $80 per course. The District covers the cost of text books. Students driving to campus will purchase a parking permit.
49 What if I want to take courses in the summer? College Credit Plus isn t available for summer. Students may enroll in the Otterbein Collegiate Institute and earn college credit only. The cost is $100/credit hour, or $400 per course and the student must buy or rent the textbooks.
50 What if I only want college credit, but not dual enrollment? Students may choose to enroll in the Otterbein Collegiate Institute and earn college credit only. The cost is $100/credit hour or $400 per course and the student must purchase their own text books, however the credit (and gpa) are not reflected on your High School transcript.
51 For more information: Contact the Otterbein University Admission Office: (614)
52 Questions? Contact your school counselor or college advisor Contact Anne Baldwin, Career Tech & College Readiness Coordinator or Visit the Ohio Board of Regents FAQ page for CCP https://www.ohiohighered.org/ccp
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