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Agenda n n n n What is College Credit Plus (CCP)? Advantages and Risks Agenda n n n n What is College Credit Plus (CCP)? Advantages and Risks of Participation Enrollment Options Requirements & Application High School Requirements CCP at area Colleges/Universities Questions

Purpose n n Option for college-ready students Promote rigorous academic pursuits Enroll in college Purpose n n Option for college-ready students Promote rigorous academic pursuits Enroll in college courses and earn college and high school credit while in high school Encourage students to pursue postsecondary education after graduation

College Credit Plus n n n Replaces PSEOP and Dual Credit programs Established by College Credit Plus n n n Replaces PSEOP and Dual Credit programs Established by state law through HB 487 Begins in the 2015/2016 Academic Year Increases college access and enrollment Provides students with post-secondary choices

College Credit Plus n n Expanded to include students entering grades 7 -12 Student College Credit Plus n n Expanded to include students entering grades 7 -12 Student must be enrolled in both college and secondary school Student to earn transcripted college and high school credit upon successful completion of course(s) Weighting of course grades

Advantages & Risks What’s best for you? Advantages & Risks What’s best for you?

Advantages n n n Expands high school curriculum Academically challenging courses Pursue special interests Advantages n n n Expands high school curriculum Academically challenging courses Pursue special interests ‘in-depth’ Earn college credit while in high school Opportunities for career exploration Assigned academic advisor

Advantages n n May reduce time to complete college degree Provides financial support for Advantages n n May reduce time to complete college degree Provides financial support for college courses Access to college campus resources Diverse learning environment

Risks and Differences n n n Increased academic rigor and responsibility for learning Reduced Risks and Differences n n n Increased academic rigor and responsibility for learning Reduced opportunities for participation in high school activities/athletics Possible financial obligations Social discomfort/Learning environment Class schedule

Risks and Differences n n n Impact on high school GPA and class standing Risks and Differences n n n Impact on high school GPA and class standing Permanent College GPA Increased travel and study time Impact on federal aid eligibility FERPA Regulations impact parent involvement

College Credit Plus Consider the Options College Credit Plus Consider the Options

CCP Enrollment Options Option A n. Student earns high school and/or college credit n. CCP Enrollment Options Option A n. Student earns high school and/or college credit n. Cost of program is funded entirely by student and their family n. Tuition and fees are paid directly to the university n. Student can attend Fall, Spring or Summer

CCP Enrollment Options Option B n Student earns both high school and college credit CCP Enrollment Options Option B n Student earns both high school and college credit n No cost to student and their family unless student earns a grade of W, F, NF, SF n Costs are funded by the state and school district n Student can attend Fall or Spring Term only

Participation n All public districts and public higher education institutions must participate All non Participation n All public districts and public higher education institutions must participate All non public secondary schools may participate All nonpublic postsecondary schools may participate

HS Athletic Eligibility n n Students involved in CCP may participate in HS extracurricular HS Athletic Eligibility n n Students involved in CCP may participate in HS extracurricular activities Athletic eligibility requires students to pass five (5) courses of ½ credit value. CCP courses of 3+ credit hours to count toward eligibility HS eligibility is determined on a quarterly basis Students may be required to submit midterm grades for eligibility

What Next? What Next?

Parent/Student Requirements n n n Attend a HS informational meeting Complete Intent to Participate Parent/Student Requirements n n n Attend a HS informational meeting Complete Intent to Participate form by April 1 Sign form verifying counseling requirement has been met Complete CCP application at college of choice Meet Remediation Free Standards and college/university admission criteria

Ohio Remediation Free Standards Readiness Area ACT SAT COMPASS Assessment not recommended. English Sub Ohio Remediation Free Standards Readiness Area ACT SAT COMPASS Assessment not recommended. English Sub Score 18 (or higher) Writing 430 (or higher) Critical Reading 450 (or Reading Scale Score 88 higher) Reading Sub Score 21 (or higher) 450 (or higher) Reading Scale Score 88 Mathematics Sub Score 22 (or higher) 520 (or higher) Algebra Scale Score 52 From Uniform Statewide Standards for Remediation-Free Status, Dec 31, 2012. Assessment thresholds to guarantee “remediation free” status at any public post-secondary institution in Ohio. In addition to testing remediation free, students must meet the admission requirements for the college/university to which they are applying. Students may still be required to take course placement assessments for these subject areas.

College Course Load n n Limit of 30 credits per year Limit of 120 College Course Load n n Limit of 30 credits per year Limit of 120 credits maximum, even if beginning CCP in 7 th grade Cannot attend beyond HS senior year Receive approval for course choices from your school guidance counselor

Time Commitment To gauge how many hours a student’s academic life, work and co-curricular Time Commitment To gauge how many hours a student’s academic life, work and co-curricular activities will require, use this formula: Total committed hours: + high school classes: # of hours in the day + college class hours + study time (2 x total credit hours) + commute time + hours of work/activities = ___ hours per week Students should not commit to more than 60 hours per week.

High School Requirements High School Requirements

High School Requirements n n n No HS graduation requirement may be waived Students High School Requirements n n n No HS graduation requirement may be waived Students are responsible for high school assessments Scheduling conflicts are not the responsibility of the school district or college/university

Process of Granting HS Credit n n n Principal may require a course syllabus Process of Granting HS Credit n n n Principal may require a course syllabus from the university course Comparable course/credit to meet graduation requirement Mediation of disputes will be determined by the State Board of Education

Process of Granting HS Credit n n Student must provide official grades to HS Process of Granting HS Credit n n Student must provide official grades to HS for GPA/Class Rank calculations within 4 weeks after semester ends Student’s HS transcript must reflect each university course Grades earned in university courses are included in GPA/Rank Courses must be taken for a letter grade (no pass/fail)

Conversion to HS Credits n n n 5 semester hours = 1 credit 4 Conversion to HS Credits n n n 5 semester hours = 1 credit 4 semester hours = 1 credit 3 semester hours = 1 credit 2 semester hours = 0. 66 credit 1 semester hour = 0. 33 credit

IN SUMMARY For CCP, Students Meet: n. All college admission standards and application deadlines IN SUMMARY For CCP, Students Meet: n. All college admission standards and application deadlines n. Requirements and standards set for college courses; placement and prerequisites n. Remediation Free standards n. The student/parent is responsible for providing transportation

College Credit Plus at Kent State University College Credit Plus at Kent State University

Student Requirements n n n Apply for CCP admission by May 1 – Fall; Student Requirements n n n Apply for CCP admission by May 1 – Fall; November 1 – Spring Provide required application materials Recommended 3. 0 or higher GPA Recommended 21+ ACT or 970+ SAT Meet remediation free standards for admission and course placement

CCP Application n n n Online application for Option B, www. kent. edu/ccp available CCP Application n n n Online application for Option B, www. kent. edu/ccp available in March Secondary School Transcript SAT/ACT scores Guidance Counselor Recommendation Form 2 Teacher Recommendation Forms Essay/Writing Sample Student/Parent Authorization Form

Student Requirements After CCP Admission n Attend mandatory college orientation program Meet with assigned Student Requirements After CCP Admission n Attend mandatory college orientation program Meet with assigned college academic advisor at least once every semester Attend class & Maintain a strong GPA

Course Choices and CCP Pathways Course Choices and CCP Pathways

CCP Pathways n n Pathways lead to Certificate, Associate and Bachelor’s Degree programs Kent CCP Pathways n n Pathways lead to Certificate, Associate and Bachelor’s Degree programs Kent State University Roadmaps Course descriptions available in online Undergraduate Catalog Keep copies of all course Syllabi

15/30 Credit Hour Pathways Refer to the Kent State University Roadmaps available online at: 15/30 Credit Hour Pathways Refer to the Kent State University Roadmaps available online at: http: //solutions. kent. edu/GPS/ROADMAP/browse/ug/all 15 Credit Hour Pathway Kent State University Course Name & Number Course Prerequisite College Credits ENG 11011 - College Writing I Kent CORE Mathematics or Critical Reasoning Course Kent CORE Humanities or Fine Arts Course Kent CORE Social Science Course Kent CORE Basic Science Course Placement See Catalog 3 3 -5 See Catalog 3 3 3 -5 Total Credits: 14 -16 maximum per semester 30 Credit Hour Pathway Kent State University Course Name & Number Course Prerequisite College Credits Kent CORE English course Kent CORE Mathematics or Critical Reasoning Course Kent CORE Humanities or Fine Arts Course Kent CORE Social Science Course Kent CORE Basic Science Course See Catalog 3 3 -5 See Catalog 3 3 3 -5 Total Credits: 14 -16 maximum per semester

Course Selection & Scheduling n n n Take one or more courses per semester Course Selection & Scheduling n n n Take one or more courses per semester Can take courses at more than one participating college/university CCP participation does not guarantee access to all college courses Students must meet course prerequisites Courses offered on campus, online, hybrid, or at your high school

Course Selection & Scheduling n n Research course options Select courses that will apply Course Selection & Scheduling n n Research course options Select courses that will apply toward a certificate or college degree program Enroll in non-remedial and non-sectarian courses that apply toward a degree Consult with academic advisor and school guidance counselor about course choices

What do CCP students take? College Writing I, II American Politics Understanding of Music What do CCP students take? College Writing I, II American Politics Understanding of Music General Psychology Algebra for Calculus Frontiers in Astronomy Intro to Sociology Human Biology Foreign Language Human Communication History of US: Modern Great Books or Formative Period World History: Ancient Major Modern Writers Seven Ideas that Shook & Medieval or Modern the Universe Science Experience

Special Options n n n Kent State University courses offered at your high school Special Options n n n Kent State University courses offered at your high school Science Experience 2015 Regents STARTALK Foreign Language Academy

Use of University Services n n Required meeting with assigned college Academic Advisor at Use of University Services n n Required meeting with assigned college Academic Advisor at least once per semester College Resources: library, computer, writing center, tutoring, e-tutoring, facilities, etc… Student Accessibility Services for students with an IEP/504 Add your Guidance Counselor to KSUView

Contact Information Johanna Pionke, Director Dual Enrollment Programs Kent State University P. O. Box Contact Information Johanna Pionke, Director Dual Enrollment Programs Kent State University P. O. Box 5190 Kent, OH 44242 -0001 [email protected] edu 330 -672 -3743 Cara White, Program Officer Dual Enrollment Programs Kent State University P. O. Box 5190 Kent, OH 44242 -0001 cwhite [email protected] edu 330 -672 -3743

QUESTIONS? QUESTIONS?