College Credit Plus (CCP) is a program in the state of Ohio that
provides opportunity for students in grades 7-12 to
earn both high school and college credits at the same time.
Students who are eligible to participate in CCP can pursue, and
in some cases, complete a certificate or an associate degree
while in high school.
Students who have earned college credits through another college or university can consider transferring to COTC and may be able to use existing credits already completed. Transfer credit is evaluated through official transcript review by the COTC Student Records office. Admissions Representatives and Academic Advisors in the Gateway Enrollment Center can assist and review unofficial transcripts to help give students an idea of what credits may transfer to COTC programs.
Sometimes students attending another college or university want to take a class or two at another school. Visiting students can earn college credits at COTC to take back/transfer to another college/university. Visiting students are non-degree seeking, meaning they don’t intend to complete a certificate and/or degree at COTC.
Connect with our COTC Admissions team in the Gateway Enrollment Center. We’re here to make sure you are on the right college and career path to meet your educational goals. We can help you explore our academic programs, our beautiful campus locations, and how to get enrolled as a student at COTC. Students can schedule their own appointment to talk with an Admissions Representative.