for College Credit Plus and Credit in Escrow Programs
If you are a student in grade 7-12, then you may be eligible to participate in College Credit Plus! Students who are currently attending chartered or non-chartered, public or private high schools, or who are home-educated, are eligible to participate in Dual Enrollment. Students currently in the sixth grade may apply now to participate for when they are seventh graders. Home-educated students may participate in LCCC’s Dual Enrollment programs if they turn 12 years old before September 30 of the year they wish to enroll.
To participate in the Ohio College Credit Plus program, students need to notify their high school officials (usually a school counselor or principal) of their intent to participate by April 1 prior to the academic year that they wish to begin. School officials are then required to supply LCCC with the necessary academic information on students who are applying for participation. Home-educated students must submit both an intent to participate form and a copy of their college acceptance letter to the Department of Education by April 1. Home-educated and nonpublic school students must complete additional steps and paperwork to participate in College Credit Plus.
Admission and assessment
Before final admission to College Credit Plus or Credit In Escrow, all students must apply for admission to CCP and complete an assessment process, either by completing Accuplacer or submitting ACT and/or SAT scores.
Students must place at college-level in at least one of the three areas in order to be admitted to College Credit Plus or Credit in Escrow.
Ready to begin?
To get started on your admission and registration steps for College Credit Plus, please view the complete checklist.
Please don’t hesitate to contact LCCC’s School and Community Partnerships Office at (440) 366-4012 or email us at email@example.com.