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College Credit Plus (CCP) is a great way to save time and money on the cost of a college degree. The program provides students in grades 7–12 the opportunity to earn college credit and complete their high school graduation requirements at the same time.
At Wright State, eligible CCP students can complete college-level coursework and prepare for the rigors of college classes. Students who successfully complete CCP courses will earn college credit that will count toward a Wright State degree or can be transferred to another Ohio public college or university.
Where Are CCP Courses Offered?
Wright State provides several distinct CCP course delivery methods for students to choose from:
- Courses at their high school taught by Wright State faculty or by high school faculty who meet the Ohio Board of Regents requirements for teaching college-level classes
- Online courses provided by Wright State
- Courses on the Wright State campus
Why CCP at Wright State?
There are many benefits to completing CCP courses at Wright State, including:
- Small class sizes provide students with more opportunities for personal support and guidance.
- Courses are taught by world-class faculty and prepare students for rigorous college-level coursework.
- Credits earned through CCP coursework at Wright State will automatically apply toward the student's bachelor's degree if they chose to attend Wright State after high school.
- Flexible course options allow students to complete their classes at a time that is convenient for them.
- Students can take advantage of Wright State services, resources, and student life opportunities.
More about Ohio's CCP program
Over the past five years, Ohio's College Credit Plus program has helped students and families save more than $725 million in college tuition costs. Through the program, students have been earned more than 1,000 certificates and 3,000 associate degrees by the time they graduate high school, at no cost to the student.
The Ohio Department of Higher Education FAQs
The Ohio Department of Higher Education provides College Credit Plus frequently asked questions for students, parents, and administrators.