1 College Credit Plus What is College Credit Plus? Earning dual college credit while in high school Governor Kasich signed H.B. 487, Summer Implementation begins academic year. Allows students (grades 7 12) to earn transcripted credit for college courses while in high school. CC+ covers all former PSEO and dual enrollment programs offered in the past. Courses can be taken at your high school, on a college campus or online.
2 College Credit Plus Goals of College Credit Plus Create access for students to be admitted remediation free to a university Challenge students who are motivated and academically strong to complete college course assignments and expectations Allows students to explore academic areas and interests Creates more access to college courses by removing barriers such as free or reduced tuition
3 College Credit Plus Who can participate? All qualifying students, grades 7 12 Public universities and schools must participate Private universities and schools may participate Students must be admitted to a public or participating private university in Ohio Students need to meet the admissions criteria of the participating university which can include GPA, pre-requisite coursework, Placement testing, etc.
4 College Credit Plus Types of College Classes Classes can be offered: At the high school, taught by a qualified high school instructor or a visiting college professor On a college campus Online College courses cannot be remedial. Courses need to be nonsectarian.
5 College Credit Plus Potential Risks College coursework can be more rigorous and take more time to complete Transportation is not provided to college campuses; high school and college campus schedules, Spring breaks, do not always align College course credits may not always transfer to out-of-state or private colleges (Be sure to ask each university)
6 College Credit Plus Who Pays Tuition? Private high school students intending to take college courses will apply for state funding to cover tuition costs. Ohio Dept. of Education awards funding to Seniors first, then Juniors, etc. If students do not receive full funding for college courses taught at the high school, students can be charged a reduced tuition fee. Students who choose to take a college course on a private university campus can be charged a reduced tuition fee.
7 College Credit Plus Who Pays Tuition? Private high school students who take courses on a public university campus are not charged tuition. Books and fees are covered by the school district or universities. Students can be charged for parking and Fitness Center fees. Transportation is not provided. Any student who qualifies for economic disadvantaged status should see their high school counselor; tuition cannot be charged to these students.
8 College Credit Plus Summer College Classes Students who wish to take summer college classes while they are still a high school student will pay for tuition and books and all other university fees.
9 College Credit Plus Impact on High School Graduation Graduation requirements are not waived Class of 2018 and beyond: 18 points on the State Assessments is still necessary with credit requirements Classes of 2016 & 2017: OGT is still required with credit requirements Students who wish to take replacement courses through a university may do so but end of course testing for some state assessments are still required
10 College Credit Plus Impact on High School Graduation End of course testing required for: English 1 and English II Algebra I and Geometry End of course testing may be waived for science and social studies if comparable college classes are taken: Physical Science and eventually Biology American History & American Government
11 College Credit Plus How Do the Credits Work Together? Taking a college course will be dual credited and students receive BOTH high school credit and college credit. (1 high school credit is a Carnegie unit) 3, 4, or 5 semester credits = 1 Carnegie unit 2 semester credits = 2/3 Carnegie unit 1 semester credit = 1/3 Carnegie unit
12 College Credit Plus How does CC+ impact high school graduation and the transcripts? High school credit from college coursework will satisfy or exceed graduation and subject area requirements. College classes are part of the student s permanent college record and will stay with them. Students should consider their workload, rigor and their abilities. The GPA of high school AND college is impacted by these courses.
13 College Credit Plus What if Student Fails a Course? Student will earn an F on both the high school and university transcript and will be computed into both GPA s.
14 College Credit Plus CC+, AP, IB, Honors What s Best? Selective admissions colleges look for students who have the most rigorous courses Both the subject matter and level of rigor are considered Students should take Math all four years of high school Science and Foreign Language courses are highly rigorous
15 College Credit Plus Transferring Credits Ohio s Transfer to Degree Guarantee allows for easy transfer of credits from public college to public college: Select: Transfer Assurance Guide Course Reporting System
16 College Credit Plus Transferring Credits Ohio Dominican University courses have very good success of transferring both to in-state and out-of-state public and private institutions Ohio Dominican University is transfer friendly and accepts AP, IB, public and private college credits and community college credits as transfer credits All ivy league universities should be contacted first to inquire what type of transfer credit they accept
17 About ODU What makes Ohio Dominican University unique from other schools you re considering? We are a Liberal Arts University. We are a Catholic, Dominican University with a strong sense of community. We are located in the heart of Columbus, Ohio. We get to know YOU as a whole person, not just number. You can Connect Your Passion With A Purpose
18 Profile UNIVERSITY PROFILE Founded in 1911 as St. Mary of the Springs. Renamed Ohio Dominican College in 1964 when the college became co-educational. Transformed into Ohio Dominican University in Approximately 2,700 students from 19 states and 13 foreign countries. Average class size - 16 students. Student to Faculty Ratio: 14:1.
19 Majors OVER 40 ACADEMIC MAJORS Accounting Art Biology Biopsychology Business Administration Campus & Youth Ministry Chemistry Communication Arts Computer Information Systems Criminal Justice Cross-Disciplinary Studies Economics Education Adolescent to Young Adult (Grades 7-12) Early Childhood Intervention Specialist Middle Childhood English Environmental Studies & Science Exercise Science Early Admissions: Medical School or Physician Assistant Studies Finance Graphic Design History International Business Insurance & Risk Management Liberal Studies Mathematics Philosophy Political Science Political Science w/ Environmental Issues Concentration Pre-Law Pre-Nursing Pre-Physical/Occupational Therapy Psychology Public Relations Social Justice Social Work Sociology Software Engineering Sports Management Theology
20 Why ODU? What is ODU s Project JumpStart College Credit Plus Program? You are both a high school student and a Ohio Dominican University college student earning college transcripted credit for the ODU college courses. The courses will count toward your high school degree and also counts toward a Bachelor s degree. You will complete the Biology 105 Principles of Human Anatomy & Physiology course or American History course at Bishop Rosecrans with Ms. Moore and Mr. Baker who are also ODU adjunct instructors.
21 Why ODU? Benefits of taking college courses It saves you time and money by taking the college courses at Bishop Rosecrans High School for college credit. Allows you to explore college courses of interest while still in high school. Receive ODU services: Free access to library databases, college advising, tutoring for any course, free access to Fitness Center, campus events and guest speakers and more!
22 Admission Transferring Your College Credits The college course credits will transfer to most public and private universities as long as you earn a final grade of C- or higher in the course(s). Courses help fulfill either a general education requirement or a major requirement for either the Associate s or Bachelor s degree!
23 Admission ODU Admission Criteria You need an overall GPA of 2.3 and an 18 Composite ACT score or SAT equivalent score. If you have not taken the ACT or SAT, you will need an overall GPA of 2.75.
24 Admission ODU Course Offerings Take classes at Bishop Rosecrans BIO 105 Principles of Human Anatomy & Physiology with Ms. Moore (3 college credits). HST 202 American History II with Mr. Baker (3 college credits).
25 Admission Registration/Application Process Step 1: Complete the ODU online registration form starting February 13, 2015 at Step 2: Submit current high school transcript to ODU. (Give your Transcript Release Form to the Bishop Rosecrans high school counselor). Step 3: You will receive an acceptance letter from ODU pending approval of meeting admissions criteria.
26 Admission Registration/Application Process Step 4: Go to and complete the Ohio Department of Education Intent to Participate form by April 1, 2015 deadline! Step 5: You will also need to complete the Ohio Dept. of Education Funding Application Form. List all the college courses you plan to take Fall 2015 and Spring Form available at Step 6: or mail a copy of the ODU Acceptance Letter with the completed Ohio Department of Education Funding Application form as soon as possible to Ohio Dept. of Education.
27 Admission Registration/Application Step 7: Ohio Dept. of Education will send you the Funding Award Letter within five weeks after you submit the documents to them. Step 8: Give a copy of your Ohio Dept. of Education Award of Funding Letter (for college courses) to Bishop Rosecrans as soon as you receive it and definitely by September 2, 2015.
28 Admission Registration/Application If you did not receive funding for college courses from the Ohio Department of Education or only received partial funding, you will receive a bill from Ohio Dominican. Reduced tuition fee for Bishop Rosecrans students: $65.00 per credit hour. A 3 credit hour course is $ (This is still a wonderful cost savings for you since our regular tuition fee is $600 per credit hour!) Submit payment to ODU by October 9, Payment can be done by check or call the Business Office with a credit/debit card number at
29 Admission Summary Timeline Apply and register online for ODU courses that you plan to take next year ( ) at Submit current transcripts to ODU Apply now! Complete the Ohio Dept. of Education Intent to Participate Form by April 1, 2015 at
30 Admission Summary Timeline Receive ODU Letter of Acceptance if you meet admissions criteria. Send copy of ODU Letter of Acceptance and submit with Ohio Dept. of Education Funding Application Form to Ohio Dept. of Education. Receive Funding Award Letter from Ohio Dept. of Education within five weeks from Ohio Dept. of Education. ODU needs a copy of your Funding Award Letter. Give a copy of the your Funding Award Letter to Bishop Rosecrans High School counselor as soon as you receive it and definitely by September 2, 2015.
31 Admission Summary Timeline The absolute deadline to complete the ODU online application and registration form is September 16, 2015 at However, you may not receive any funding to pay for the college course tuition if you wait to complete the Ohio Dept. of Education Funding form. The earlier you apply and submit the Ohio Dept. of Education Funding form, the greater likelihood of receiving the award letter covering your tuition.
32 Admission QUESTIONS Kim Grilli Office of Admission Ohio Dominican University 1216 Sunbury Road Columbus OH Phone: Pam Allen Office of P-16 Partnerships Phone:
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