Great news for nonpublic school families! Ohio’s College Credit Plus gives students in grades 7-12 the chance to earn high school and college credit simultaneously by taking courses at participating Ohio colleges or universities. Funding applications are due by April 8 to the state which is a significant change to the CCP process for all nonpublic and homeschool students.
Below is an overview of the information for homeschooled students. Complete information is available on the Ohio Department of Education website.
Important Dates from the Ohio Department of Education
February 15 - April 1: Submit Letter of Intent
February 15 - April 8: Sign-up for a SAFE account
Before March 31: Complete school counseling requirement
February 25 - April 8: Apply for funding
Before May 15: Funding award notifications sent
Steps for Nonpublic School Students to Apply for College Credit Plus
The deadline is April 1 for nonpublic school students to let the Ohio Department of Education know they want to participate in College Credit Plus next school year, so time is critical.
Step 1 - Learn more about College Credit Plus and complete your school counseling requirement
Step 2 - Submit your Letter of Intent by e-mailing to CCPIntentLetter@education.ohio.gov.
Step 3 - Submit your College Credit Plus Funding application through your SAFE account. Please be sure you have a copy of your acceptance letter ready to upload. (For more information about creating a SAFE account, visit the Ohio Department of Education website.)
Step 4 - Receive your award letter in your SAFE account and register for college classes
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact a College Credit Plus advisor below.
Follow the links below to get started: