What is College Credit Plus?


Are you interested in College Credit Plus for your son or daughter, but aren’t sure if he or she is ready for college? Many parents who have students in grades 7 through 12 are excited for this option, and their sons and daughters are academically ready, but it’s important to consider all of the aspects of being “college ready.” Check out this informative infographic and blog to determine if your son or daughter has the skills of a “Really Ready Student.”


College Credit Plus Student-Parent Guide (click on the link to view the guide)

To provide Ohio high school students with the opportunity to pursue higher education and reduce the cost of doing so, the Ohio Department of Education, Ohio Board of Regents and the Ohio Legislature in conjunction with state universities and community colleges have worked together to create College Credit Plus. This program combines the previous Post Secondary Enrollment Option and Dual Enrollment programs and will include Career-Technical education.

Eligible students can take courses and earn high school and college credits that appear on both their high school and college transcripts.

Teachers who teach a College Credit Plus course in a high school must receive professional development and be an adjunct professor at a college or university.

All courses offered through College Credit Plus - even courses offered in the high school - must be the same course that the college offers. The course must apply to a degree or professional certificate.

College Credit Plus replaces Post Secondary Enrollment Option (PSEO) and redefines 'alternative dual enrollment' programs as advanced standing programs.

Turn up the volume on your computer to view these videos of live presentations at Grove City High School on the College Credit Plus program.

2018 Talk

2017 Talk