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1 Advanced Placement and College Credit Plus Options

2 Important information about CC+ changes CC+ Options through our partner schools Stark State Kent State University The University of Akron AP course offerings and Information Mr. Stewart-School Counselor/AP Coordinator Important information to Remember Deadlines and Procedures Question and Answer portion of the evening

3 What is College Credit Plus (CC+)? It is an umbrella term used by The Ohio Department of Education to capture all of the options that a high school student has to earn college credit. CC+ replaces Ohio s Post-Secondary Enrollment Options program (PSEO) and all alternative dual enrollment programs previously governed by Ohio Revised Code Chapter 3365 All CC+ options still require that you apply and be admitted into the College/University offering the requested course/program. *We offer at College and online.

4 Changes: Credit Conversion: A CC+ course transcripting 3 or more semester credit hours shall count as 1 full high school unit. (previously 3 sem. credit hrs=.5 HS credits) A college credit plus course transcripting less than 3 semester credit count as a proportional fraction of a high school unit. Credit hours: Students may not exceed more than 30 college credits hours per academic year. And not more than 120 college credit hours in high school

5 UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE Stark State Community College Kent State University University of Akron

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7 College Credit Plus Stark State College

8 Beginning in the school year, College Credit Plus will be Ohio s dual enrollment program (now replacing dualenrollment and post-secondary options- PSEO) The Ohio Board of regent s plans to have the official rules approved in the Spring 2015.

9 College Credit Plus Option Students Taking Classes at High School Will follow the high school start date. Taught by high school faculty that meet college faculty requirements. Use the college textbook, syllabus, and course materials. Follow Stark State College course objectives and learning outcomes. Earn the same credit they would have earned at college if they successfully complete the course. Should contact their high school guidance counselor for more information.

10 College Credit Plus Option Students Taking Classes Online Online classes follow Stark State College academic calendar. Fall semester starts August 24,2015. Taught by college faculty with support from their high school. Access online classes at the high school and outside school hours. Use the college textbook, syllabus, and course materials. Must complete the Succeeding Online Orientation prior to the first day of the online class. Should contact their high school guidance counselor for more information.

11 College Credit Plus Option Students Taking Classes on College Campus Taught by college faculty. May attend class at the main campus or any satellite location. If necessary, the student may take evening, weekend, or online classes. Must attend an informational meeting. Meeting could be at your high school or on March 3, 2015 at Stark State College, room M100. Please RSVP to: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/college-credit-plusinformation-session-march-3-registration Should contact their high school guidance counselor for more information.

12 Criteria for Student Admission Students Taking Classes Online or at High School Speak with your high school guidance counselor to discuss what College Credit Plus options are best for you. Complete the Stark State College application by May 1, 2015 at: click on apply now. Complete the ACT or COMPASS test for college readiness. (check with your guidance counselor for COMPASS test procedure). COMPASS measures your skill level in three basic areas Math, English, and Reading. All Stark State College students must take the COMPASS or ACT. Scores help to determine whether or not a student needs to be put into a developmental course. Students can prepare for the COMPASS test at: Students must meet the course pre-requisites, check the Stark State College website or check with your guidance counselor. The high school guidance counselor will submit your high school transcript, ACT or COMPASS scores, and course selections to Stark State College by June 15, 2015.

13 Criteria for NEW Student Admission Students Taking Classes at College Campus Speak with your high school guidance counselor to discuss what College Credit Plus options are best for you. Complete the Stark State College application by May 1, 2015 at: click on apply now. Complete the ACT or COMPASS test for college readiness. (check with your guidance counselor for COMPASS test procedure). COMPASS measures your skill level in three basic areas Math, English, and Reading. All Stark State College students must take the COMPASS or ACT. Scores help to determine whether or not a student needs to be put into a developmental course. Students can prepare for the COMPASS test at: Students must meet the course pre-requisites, check the Stark State College website or check with your guidance counselor. The high school guidance counselor will submit your high school transcript, ACT or COMPASS scores, and course selections to Stark State College by June 15, Students must meet with Sarah Fiddler to schedule courses at the college by June 1, Students must bring permission form for College Credit Plus on campus. Please call admissions to make this appointment at: ext

14 College Credit Plus Important Dates Parent/student annual information session March 3, 2015 from 6-7pm at Stark State College in room M100. Application due date - May 1, For students taking courses on college campus - an appointment with Sarah Fiddler by June 1, For students taking courses online or on the college campus - Fall semester classes start August 24, 2015.

15 Contact Information SHELLY A. MCCOMBS College Credit Plus Admissions Counselor Phone: ext SARAH C. FIDDLER Admissions Counselor Phone: ext

16 Course Offerings Through Stark State: (9 th -12 th grade) Programming, Logic & Problem Solving 1 HS credit C++ Programming (prereq: Prog.Logic & Prob Solv.) 1 HS credit (10 th -12 th grade) Java Programming (prereq: C++ Prog.) 1 HS credit (11 th -12 th grade) College Composition I 1 HS credit College Composition II (prereq: College Comp I) 1 HS credit

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18 at Kent State University

19 College Requirements Assign an Academic Advisor for each CCP student Advisor must meet with CCP student at least once each semester prior to the last date to withdraw before a grade of W is assigned College must develop and publish 15 and 30 credit hour pathways

20 College Course Guidelines For Students Enroll in courses that are not remedial or sectarian in nature for a letter grade Meet course prerequisites Research course options Select courses that will apply toward a certificate or college degree program Consult with academic advisor and school guidance counselor about course choices

21 Student Requirements Apply for CCP college admission by posted date (May 1 Fall; November 1 Spring) Provide all required application materials by deadline Recommended 3.0 or higher GPA Recommended 21+ ACT or 970+ SAT Meet remediation free standards for admission and course placement

22 CCP Application Online application for Option B, available in March Secondary School Transcript SAT/ACT scores Guidance Counselor Recommendation Form 2 Teacher Recommendation Forms Essay Student/Parent Authorization Form

23 Student Requirements After CCP Admission Attend mandatory college orientation program Meet with assigned college academic advisor at least once every semester Identify Option A or B participation prior to first day of academic term Attend class Maintain a strong GPA

24 CCP Pathways Pathways lead to Certificate, Associate and Bachelor s Degree programs Kent State University Roadmaps demonstrate major specific courses Consult the Undergraduate Catalog for course descriptions Discuss interests with college academic advisor and guidance counselor

25 15/30 Credit Hour Pathways Refer to the Kent State University Roadmaps available online at: 15 Credit Hour Pathway Kent State University Course Name & Number Course Prerequisite College Credits ENG College Writing I Placement 3 Kent CORE Mathematics or Critical Reasoning See Catalog 3-5 Course Kent CORE Humanities or Fine Arts Course 3 Kent CORE Social Science Course 3 Kent CORE Basic Science Course See Catalog 3-5 Total Credits: maximum per semester 30 Credit Hour Pathway Kent State University Course Name & Number Course Prerequisite College Credits Kent CORE English course See Catalog 3 Kent CORE Mathematics or Critical Reasoning See Catalog 3-5 Course Kent CORE Humanities or Fine Arts Course 3 Kent CORE Social Science Course 3 Kent CORE Basic Science Course See Catalog 3-5 Total Credits: maximum per semester

26 Course Selection & Scheduling CCP participation contingent upon acceptance to the University Acceptance to CCP does not guarantee access to specific courses Can take 1 or more courses per semester Can take courses at more than one participating college/university Not limited to college courses offered at middle/high school

27 Use of University Services Students are required to meet with their assigned college Academic Advisor at least once per semester The college s library, computer, other academic resources and support services are available to the student Students with disabilities can request accommodations through Student Accessibility Services

28 IN SUMMARY Student Responsibilities: Meet all college admission standards and application deadlines Meet all requirements and standards set for college courses Meet university attendance requirements Student is subject to all rules, procedures and penalties of the university The student/parent is responsible for providing transportation

29 Contact Information Johanna Pionke, Director Dual Enrollment Programs Kent State University P.O. Box 5190 Kent, OH Cara White, Program Officer Dual Enrollment Programs Kent State University P.O. Box 5190 Kent, OH

30 QUESTIONS?

31 Course Offerings Through Kent State University (9 th -12 th grade) The Understanding of Music 1 HS credit (10 th -12 th grade) Elementary Spanish I (prereq: Span I CFHS) 1 HS credit Elementary Spanish II (prereq: Elem Span I) 1 HS credit (11 th -12 th grade) Intermediate Spanish I 1 HS credit Intermediate Spanish II (prereq: Int. Span I) 1 HS credit

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34 Course Offerings Through The University of Akron: (11 th -12 th grade) Technical Report Writing (ONLINE): (prereq: College Comp I) 1 HS credit (12 th grade) American Urban Society (ONLINE) 1HS credit (10 th -12 th grade) College Algebra 1 HS credit Precalculus Mathematics 1 HS credit

35 Students who can earn college credit in high school have fewer student loans and tend to graduate at a higher rate than students who do not earn college credit while in high school. Students can earn college credit while fulfilling their high school graduation requirements. Students attending a public college will not be charged tuition, books, or fees. Students attending a private college may be charged based on the particular private college and where the course is delivered, in accordance with law.

36 Thanks to Ohio s Transfer to Degree Guarantee, many entry-level courses earned at an Ohio public college are guaranteed to transfer to any other Ohio public college. Credits earned at private colleges, or those that you want to transfer to an out-of-state institution, will be evaluated on a caseby-case basis by the institution you are seeking to attend. Go to https://transfercredit.ohio.gov to learn more about credit transfer among the state s public institutions of higher education. https://www.ohiohighered.org/ccp/faqs

37 Credit Conversion: *3 Sem. Hrs=1 HS credit Anything below 3 Hrs. is done fractionally: 2 Sem. Hrs=2/3 HS credit 1 Sem. Hr=1/3 HS credit 5.0 Grading Scale A = 5.0 B = 4.0 C = 3.0 D = 1.0 F = 0.0

38 What if I fail a class?: Classes failed or withdrawn with an f will receive an F on their high school transcript and college transcript and this will be calculated into both GPAs. If a student does not receive a passing grade then the district may seek reimbursement for the state funds paid to the college on your behalf for that course.

39 AP ENROLLMENT Indicated AP course on scheduling form or see your Counselor. Teacher recommendation suggested Sign and turn in Home-School Agreement By April 1 st (handout given tonight)! Meet with Counselor and Complete Application by College/Universities Deadline CC+ ON CAMPUS Turn in Home School Agreement by April 1 st. Meet with your Counselor and follow College/University s application deadline. **CC+ options require ACT/SAT scores or COMPASS scores

40 ACT/SAT Residual U of Akron Feb 21 st, 2015 May 9 th, 2015 July 18 th, 2015 Residual Kent Feb 24 th, 2015 March 19 th, 2015 National ACT April 18, 2015 June 13, COMPASS Stark State: Make an appointment to take the COMPASS placement assessment test. Please contact the Admissions Office at or to schedule a testing date and time Students who have completed the ACT test within the last two years may submit their ACT scores to fulfill this requirement).

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42 AP courses are college-level courses offered in high school Courses reflect what is taught in top introductory college courses Students take AP Exams at the end of the course, measuring their mastery of college-level work A score of 3 or higher on an AP exam can typically earn students college credit and/or placement into advanced courses in college

43 Students learn rigorous college-level content and skills Taking AP is valued in the college admission process Opportunity to earn valuable credit and placement in college Nationally, research shows that students who score a 3 or higher on an AP Exam typically earn higher grade point averages in college and have higher graduation rates than their non-ap peers **2009, The College Board, The Relationship Between AP Exam Performance and College Outcomes 85% of selective colleges and universities report that a student s AP experience favorably impacts admission decisions* Students who take AP courses and exams are much more likely to complete a college degree on time.* Graduating in four years represents a significant savings on the cost of college.

44 AP Exams are administered by schools worldwide on set dates in May each year. Exams are typically 2 3 hours and include: Multiple-choice questions Free-response items such as essays, problem solving, document-based questions and oral response

45 The exam fee for 2015 is $91 per exam. Assistance is available for eligible students with financial need: The College Board offers a $29 fee reduction per exam for eligible students with financial need. The State of Ohio generally picks up a portion of the cost as well. For qualifying students, the cost was $26, last year, for each exam. We do not have the current state fee reduction information as of yet.

46 Each college and university has its own policies regarding AP credit and placement. The College Board offers information about AP credit at thousands of college and universities at Search by school name or alphabetically Data for each school includes a direct link to that school s Web page detailing AP credit and placement policies A statement from the college or university about its AP policy

47 Myth AP courses are for students who always get good grades. AP courses are too stressful. I don't think I will score high enough on the AP Exam to get college credit. Taking AP courses could hurt my GPA. I can t take AP because no one has recommended me. Reality AP courses are for any students who are academically prepared and motivated to take college-level courses. It's no secret that AP courses are challenging. But the support you receive from your classmates and teachers can help you manage the work load. You don t need to score a 5. Many colleges grant credit and placement as well based on a 3 or higher on an AP Exam. AP courses are weighted on a 5.0 GPA scale. A = 5.0 D = 1.0 B = 4.0 F = 0 C = 3.0 If you think you re ready to take an AP course, then talk to a teacher or counselor to get more information about whether you will be able to handle the rigor of the course.

48 Art/Music Music Theory Studio Art: Drawing Studio Art: 2D Studio Art: 3D Foreign Language French Latin Spanish English/Language Arts Language & Composition Literature & Composition Math & Computer Science Calculus AB Computer Science Statistics Social Studies Macroeconomics Psychology US Government & Politics US History World History Science Biology Chemistry Physics

49 Questions to ask yourself: -What do I want to major in? -Where do I think I want to go to college? *Local (Akron, Kent, Stark, etc.) *In-State/Out-of-state *Public/Private -How selective is that major or college? -What kind of test-taker am I?

50 General Advice: If you think you will attend Akron/Kent/Stark or another public college in Ohio. *CC+ * Why? Credits will transfer easily. Out-of-state, in-state selective college (private of public) or interested in a competitive program of study at a college. *AP *Why? AP has national guidelines for instruction. How You Will Earn College on college campus; receive a college at CFHS through a college; receive college transcript. AP: Exam (1 test, 1 day); college may grant you credit

51 Info for CC+: https://www.ohiohighered.org/ccp Info for AP:

52 Home-School Agreement: Form A: CC+ course offered AT CFHS Form B: CC+ courses taken ON CAMPUS Application Check Lists: Akron-must turn in with application materials Kent-must turn in with application materials Stark-must turn in with paperwork *Each school has a table with their individual information

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