College Credit Plus (CCP) replaces Ohio's Post-Secondary Enrollment Options (PSEOP) program and all dual enrollment programs. This initiative establishes clear pathways for students to earn college credit, and is open to students in grades 7 through 12 who are deemed college-ready. College Credit Plus is offered at no cost to students.
And, receive up to $1000 per semester after high school graduation to continue your education at COTC with the CCP Scholarship.
Whether you want to get into a career
quickly or complete the first two years of your bachelor’s degree, COTC’s College
Credit Plus Scholarship can save you thousands on your college education.
Who's eligible? 2020 high school graduates and beyond who have completed 12 hours or more of CCP credit with COTC and with a COTC grade point average (GPA) of 2.75.
Our dedicated staff is here to help you navigate through the college-going process and answer any questions along the way.
Three Ways to Participate:
1.) Option A: Students take college courses taught by high school faculty at the high school.
2.) Option B: Students take college courses taught by COTC faculty at the high school.
3.) Option C: Students take college courses at any of COTC's four campuses.
Step 1: Apply to COTC
Step 2: Placement and Testing
Testing Center Information
How to register:
- Provide an official transcript to COTC.
- Provide copy of Intent to Participate to COTC (must be submitted to your school or to the Ohio Department of Education by April 1).
High school CCP coordinator information:
College Credit Plus resources: