Dual Enrollment Application Procedures

Application Procedures for Dual Enrollment

All students wishing to participate in either the Ohio Post-Secondary Enrollment Option B, the LCCC Credit In Escrow program, or the College Opportunity Partnership Program (COPP) are required to submit the following application materials. The following information  describes the application materials and includes some general information on each.

  1. Please complete the Application for Participation, which is available from your high school guidance counselor.  
     
  2. Official high school transcripts (or equivalent for home-educated students) need to be received along with the application by LCCC prior to participation in either the PSEO B, the LCCC Credit In Escrow program, or COPP. Students may send their transcripts in either of two ways: They may request that their high school mail their application and transcript directly from the school to LCCC; or they may submit their transcript in person with their Application for Participation if it is in a sealed and signed envelope from the high school. Unsealed transcripts in a student's possession are not considered official.

 

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