Earn college credit. Half-price tuition. Take classes at COTC.
Who Can Participate
Any student who wishes to take college courses while in high
school, can participate in the Concurrent Enrollment Options
Program (CEOP) in addition to or in lieu of the
College Credit Plus (CCP) Program.
Private school or homeschool students who wish to take
college courses while in high school who missed the Ohio
Department of Education State Funding Application deadline
or were not awarded the amount of credit hours a
student wishes to take.
Students must be an Ohio resident.
Benefits of CEOP
COTC covers half the cost of tuition for students who
participate in CEOP. Note: students are responsible for
covering the cost of textbooks/materials.
Students can earn credits toward high school graduation and
can also begin or even complete a certificate and/or degree
pathway at COTC.
Submit the Recommendation Form signed by the high school
guidance counselor, principal or appropriate administrator.
Submit an official high school transcript indicating a
2.5 or higher cumulative GPA. Please note that Freshmen must
establish a high school GPA prior to being eligible to
participate by either completing a full semester of high school
coursework or completing high school coursework prior to freshman
year that is recorded on a high school transcript.