Enrollment Process for New College Credit Plus Students

College Credit Plus

Students interested in College Credit Plus (CCP) complete a specialized application and admission process. The completed application and all required documentation should be submitted to Wright State University by May 1, 2017.

General Admission Requirements

  • Satisfaction of the Ohio Remediation Free Standards 
  • College-level placement scores as established by the University
  • Satisfaction of all prerequisites for any selected course(s)  
  • Timely submission of application and all required materials 

Some important notes to consider are:

  • You should discuss CCP with your high school's counselor.
  • A letter of intent to participate in CCP should be submitted to your school no later than April 1.
  • All the steps below must be completed by the specified dates to be considered for the program at Wright State.
  • Additional procedures are required for non-public, non-chartered non-public, and home-schooled students.

If you are a current CCP student at Wright State, you do NOT submit a new application for the Fall 2017-18 school year. You DO complete a letter of intent letting your school district and state know that you plan to participate for the upcoming year.

Students who applied to College Credit Plus last year but did not register for classes, DO need to reapply to College Credit Plus.

How to Enroll

Follow three easy steps.

1

Complete Application

By May 1, you should have completed the following:

Complete Wright State's online College Credit Plus application, and submit with your high school transcripts.

Please allow two weeks for processing applications.

Obtain and submit to Wright State your official ACT/SAT scores. If no ACT/SAT scores are available, Wright State Math and Writing Placement Tests are required after you apply. See Step 2: Take Placement Tests.

You will receive confirmation when Step 1 is complete. The confirmation will include instructions on scheduling placement tests.

2

Take Placement Tests

Your admission letter will include any ACT or SAT scores that you had submitted to Wright State. You can use these scores to determine eligibility for courses, as indicated below. 

Your admission letter will also contain your UID number, which is a permanent 9-digit number assigned to identify you as a member of the Wright State community. Your UID and associated PIN is needed when accessing services within WINGS Express, and for signing in to take Placement Tests.

To obtain your PIN number you can contact the CaTS Help Desk at 937.775-4827.

If you need to take Wright State's placement tests, you can revisit your online application portal and find the placement tests by clicking the links in the Explore Majors and Programs section. Alternately, you can visit University College's Testing Services page for more information, to access the English Placement test and to register for the math placement test. 

Placement Score Requirements

For Mathematics Courses         

  • A score of 22 or above on the ACT mathematics examination, 550 or above on the SAT mathematics examination, or a score of 46 or better on the on the Wright State ALEKS mathematics examination
  • Wright State mathematics placement test score as required by the course
  • A score of 18 or above on the ACT English examination, or a score of 490 or above on the SAT Reading and Writing examinations, or a score of 84 or above on the Wright State writing placement examination

For English Composition (English 1100)

  • A score of 21 or above on the ACT English examination, or a score of 550 or above on the SAT Reading and Writing examinations, or a score of 86 or above on the Wright State writing placement examination

For Science and Engineering Courses

  • A score of 22 or above on the ACT mathematics examination, 550 or above on the SAT mathematics examination, or a score of 46 or above on the Wright State ALEKS mathematics examination            
  • A score of 18 or above on the ACT English examination, or a score of 490 or above on the SAT Reading and Writing examinations, or a score of 84 or above on the Wright State writing placement examination

For Humanities, Social Sciences, Fine Arts and Languages Courses

  • A score of 18 or above on the ACT English examination, or a score of 490 or above on the SAT Reading and Writing examinations, or a score of 84 or above on the Wright State writing placement examination

You will receive your placement tests results and next steps.

Students who have sufficient scores on the placement tests will be notified to proceed with course advising and registration.

3

Schedule Advising and Registration Appointment

Students should be sure to meet with their high school counselor to select courses. If a student is taking College Credit Plus courses at their high school, meeting with their high school counselor is sufficient. If a student is taking classes on one of Wright State Campuses, see below.

Dayton Campus
Students taking on-campus classes can contact Wright State's University College at (937) 775-5750 regarding registration appointments to schedule an advising and registration appointment as follows: Summer admits: February 24th.  Fall admits: April 7th

If the student has previous college credit from another university or college, they should bring unofficial transcripts to their appointment. Advising and Registration questions could also be emailed: ccpadvising-uc@wright.edu


Lake Campus
New College Credit Plus students will be invited to attend an Orientation and Registration event upon admission to the program. Contact gretchen.rentz@wright.edu with any questions.