Non-Public and Home-School Students

College Credit Plus

Important Note: Information on this page will be changing as current forms and guidelines become available. You can check for updated guidelines from the Ohio Department of Education (ODE).

Non-public, non-chartered non-public, and home-schooled students may participate in the College Credit Plus (CCP) program by following additional procedures. Carefully follow the enrollment process outlined on Wright State's CCP Enrollment Process webpage. Additionally, as a non-public school attendee, you must be awarded funds by the state to cover your tuition costs to participate in CCP. The amount of the funds awarded will regulate the number of credit hours you can take.


Before March 31: Complete School Counseling Requirement – public and nonpublic students

Feb. 15 - April 1: Submit Letter of Intent – all students

Feb. 15 - April 15: Sign-up for a SAFE Account – nonpublic and homeschool parents

Feb. 25 - April 15: Apply for funding – nonpublic and homeschool parents

Before May 15: Funding award notifications sent – nonpublic and homeschool parents



Check these two websites Nonpublic and Home-School  for information from the Ohio Department of Education (ODE) regarding funding updates and procedures. It is wholly the student's responsibility to secure available funding.

Important Note: In order to proceed with a student’s enrollment, Wright State must receive that student’s award notification by July 1.

Award notices may be delivered to Wright State by several methods.

  • In-person: drop off to the Admissions Office at the main entrance to the Student Union
  • By email: mailto:
  • Fax: (937) 775-4273
  • U.S. mail:

    Wright State University
    College Credit Plus Admissions 
    208 Medical Sciences Building
    Attn: Cathy Davis
    3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy.
    Dayton, Ohio 45435-0001