The Ohio Board of Regents established the College Credit Plus (CCP) Program to heighten students’ college and career readiness and postsecondary success. Students in grade 7-12 who qualify for college admission may take college level courses for which they earn both high school and transcripted college credit upon successful completion of coursework. The College Credit Plus option replaces the former PSEO and dual enrollment programs.
"Best Undergraduate Education Ranked by High School Counselors," U.S. News & World Report, 2019
U.S. News & World Report asked 24,400 guidance counselors to rank which universities offered the best undergraduate education. Wright State University was ranked No. 261 among hundreds of universities in the United States for its exceptional education and affordable tuition.
Apply for Wright State's College Credit Plus Program for the 2018-19 School Year
To apply for Wright State's College Credit Plus program for the 2018-19 school year, you will start by filling out the online APPLICATION.
Once you click the application link, the first window that opens will ask you to "create a new account." Do so by listing your email address and generating a password. Once you've signed in, you will be asked to describe your student status. You will indicate that you are in high school or middle school, applying for the College Credit Plus program. The application will ask you to select your high school from a list. If you are in middle school or junior high, select the high school from which you will graduate. Complete the application.
Learn more about how to become a College Credit Plus student at Wright State in the Enrollment Process section.