- All public school, private school and home-school students must declare their intent to participate, even if they participated last year. Letters of intent for each group will become available on the College Credit Plus website.
- To enhance data security, the parents of all private school and home-school student applicants are required to establish a SAFE Account before their student can apply for funding.
College Credit Plus (CCP) provides high school students the opportunity to earn college credit while completing their high school program. 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. CCP unifies the Dual Enrollment and Post-Secondary Enrollment Option programs creating a single program.
There are several distinct ways for students in high school to earn college credit at Wright State through the CCP program:
- Through 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
- Through online courses provided by Wright State
- Through courses on the Wright State Campus*
*Wright1 Card University ID
College Credit Plus students who are taking classes on campus should have the Wright1 Card University ID. Your Wright1 Card is a library card, door access card for classrooms, prepaid debit card (RaiderCash), dining plan card, and photo ID. Students receive their first ID card free. (Lost cards are $20 to replace.)
To obtain a Wright1 Card University ID, students must have a valid, government issued ID: a driver's license, passport, or state ID. A state ID can be obtained at the BMV with a birth certificate and social security card. For more information on how to get and manage a Wright1 Card University ID, please visit the Wright1 website.
Courses should be selected to satisfy high school graduation requirements as well as college degree requirements, and must fit the guidelines of the revised House Bill 49 that became effective February 15, 2018.
Students taking CCP courses at Wright State will be required to attend an on-campus registration session.
Students enrolling in CCP will not be charged tuition or course fees regardless of whether they take classes on the Wright State campus or at their high school.
Learn more about how to become a CCP student at Wright State on the Enrollment Process page.
The academic records of all CCP students are protected by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) policies. Students and parents should familiarize themselves with the FERPA regulations.
Current CCP Students
If you are a current CCP student at Wright State, you do NOT submit a new application for the Fall 2019-20 school year. As noted above, you DO complete a letter of intent letting your school district and state know that you plan to participate for the upcoming year.