College Credit Plus (Dual Credit)
Do you plan to participate in College Credit Plus for the 2018-2019 school year? Apply to the college now!
1. Complete your Letter of Intent Form by April 1, 2018. Public School students should return the form to their school counselor or principal. Nonpublic and Home School students should return the form to the Ohio Department of Education using the instructions on the form.
2. Apply to Columbus State. Select the semester you plan to start.
3. Submit ACT or SAT scores or take the Placement Test.
For more information on the College Credit Plus Admissions Process, please refer to
2018-2019 Columbus State College Credit Plus Admissions Checklist
*NEW* Course Eligibility Rules for 2018-2019 (per College Credit Plus legislation)
According to the College Credit Plus legislation, college courses taken in the first 15 hours of a student's participation must be transferable, part of a technical certificate program or pathway, a study skills or academic success course, or in the areas of computer science, information technology, anatomy, physiology, foreign language, or American Sign Language. These courses are called "Level I" courses.
College Credit Plus (CC+)
(formerly known as PSEO and Dual Enrollment)
Columbus State Community College (CSCC) is proud to partner with more than 40 high schools in the Central Ohio area to create pathways from high school to college that encourage qualified young people to earn dual credit – high school and college credit – while they are still in high school.
As of the 2015-2016 academic year, the Ohio Board of Regents requires that districts and colleges work together to offer college course work that will result in transcripted college and high school credit. What you may have known before as "dual enrollment," "post-secondary enrollment," or "concurrent enrollment" is all part of the College Credit Plus (CC+) legislation that we call Dual Credit. For further details, please review Ohio's CCP Handbook or visit Ohio's College Credit Plus Website.