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College Credit Plus Enrollment Process for New Students

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

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 counselor.
  • A letter of intent to participate in CCP should be submitted to your school no later than May 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 and home-schooled students.

If you are a current CCP student at Wright State, you do NOT submit a new application for the Fall 2021–22 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

  • Complete and submit the online College Credit Plus Application by August 1
  • Submit official high school transcripts
  • Complete assessment tests if required*

*Students enrolling beginning Summer ’21 through Spring ’22

Students going into grades 10, 11, and 12 who have obtained an unweighted 3.0 or better cumulative GPA, will be admitted to Wright State without test scores.

  • Students who are signing up for an English composition course through Wright State will be placed based on the following:
    • HS GPA of 3.2 or higher is a measure that can be used for placement into 1100
    • HS GPA of at least 2.9 and up to 3.1* is a measure that can be used for placement into 1140
  • Students signing up for any math course, or any course requiring a math prerequisite through Wright State, are required to submit ACT or SAT scores or complete our math placement assessment.

Students going into grades 7, 8, and 9 are required to submit ACT or SAT scores or complete our writing and math placement assessments.

Any student who has below an unweighted 3.0 cumulative GPA, is required to submit ACT or SAT scores or complete our writing and math placement assessments.

These changes are in accordance with the Ohio Department of Higher Education CCP Guidance and Flexibility Document.

 


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