High School Students


Eligible students can earn college credit while also earning credit by participating in the College Credit Plus (CCP) program or by participating in the Concurrent Enrollment Options program (CEOP). 


College Credit Plus (CCP)

What is College Credit Plus (CCP)?

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. 


High School Articulation Agreements

Below are all of the high schools and career centers with whom COTC has an articulation agreement and the agreements by program. Articulation Agreements are a contract between the college and high school or career center that allow a student to earn college credit for classes completed, if the student meets the requirements and completes the appropriate steps.