To participate in College Credit Plus for the 2020-2021 school year, these are your first important steps.
1. Attend an Information Night at your high school.
2. Submit your 'Letter of Intent' by April 1, 2020.
4. Submit ACT or SAT scores and/or take the Placement Test.
5. Turn in your completed consent form and complete the online College Credit Plus orientation.
6. Register for your classes with your high school guidance counselor or with your College Credit Plus advisor.
For more information on the College Credit Plus Admissions Process, talk to your school CCP counselor, or contact
Columbus State Community College Office of College Credit Plus
320 N. Grant Ave (located in the rear annex of the Center for Workforce Development)
A Letter of Intent must be filed by April 1 to begin CCP classes in summer or autumn
semester of that calendar year.
Students attending public school must submit their letter of intent to their school counselor by April 1.
Students attending a private school, and students who are home-schooled must submit their letter of intent to the Ohio Department of Higher Education by April 1. Instructions are on the form.
Complete an application for admission to Columbus State. No application fee or essay are required.
Once you have completed your application for admission, your next step is placement. This will assure that you are prepared to work at the college level and succeed in the CCP course(s) you wish to take.
There are two ways that placement can be completed:
- Submit ACT or SAT scores by selecting Columbus State as one of your free score recipients when you register for the test. Columbus State’s ACT college code is 3261. Columbus State's SAT/College Board college code is 1148. Columbus State can only accept OFFICIAL ACT/SAT scores. If you did not select Columbus State as a free recipient, you may click on the ACT and SAT links below to request them. Please allow a minimum of two weeks for score arrival and processing.
- Take Accuplacer at Columbus State. Please note: Placement testing may be offered at your school. Please check with your school counselor to see if this is an option for you.
For more information, visit our Placement Testing website