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Student SSID/UIN Numbers

CCP roster data files do require either the CCP student’s SSID (for public school student) or UIN (for nonpublic or home school student) for submission. Higher Education institutions may submit files that include the student’s SSID/UIN and continue to try to obtain students’ appropriate number and submit additional files as the students’ numbers are provided. The data file submission window will not be closed until December 2015.

Only students/parents can request and receive the SSID/UIN number. If you contact the students/parents – tell them if they are a public school student they can get their SSID by calling their school counselor or their district’s EMIS coordinator. If they are a nonpublic or home school student they can get their UIN by calling or emailing Wendy Cantrell at wendy.cantrell@education.ohio.gov or 614-728-5002

We cannot give the number(s) to postsecondary institutions.

 

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Presentations

2016-2017 College Credit Plus Default Funding Structure

The College Credit Plus program default funding structure is established by Ohio Revised Code 3365.07. The CCP default amounts are based on the Per Pupil Foundation rate, that is determined by Ohio’s General Assembly and may change annually.

In 2016-2017 the Foundation rate is expected to be $6,000.

To calculate the ceiling per credit hour rate:

  1. Multiply $6,000 by .83 
  2. Divide the result by 30 = the Ceiling per credit hour amount. [$166.00 for 2016-2017] 

A course delivered off campus (in a high school) with faculty instruction is 50% of the ceiling rate [$83.00 for 2016-2017]

The floor is 25% of the ceiling rate [$41.50 for 2016-2017]

 

Understanding the College Credit Plus law

This presentation tool is meant to explain selected elements and principles of Ohio’s dual enrollment program, College Credit Plus. It is meant to provide guidance. It is not meant to represent the law in its entirety. Ohio Revised Code Chapter 3365 will govern this program as of its effective date of September 15, 2014. 

 

College Credit Plus Library Resources 

Being enrolled in College Credit Plus means that students will be doing college-level research. How will the appropriate research materials be made available to them?

The college or university in which the student is enrolled for College Credit Plus will provide the student with access to the research materials necessary to complete the course. Students should have access to materials available through the college’s or university’s library.

You can also learn more about how students can use INFOhio's College Credit Plus Library Resources
(http://libguides.infohio.org/collegecreditplus).

The INFOhio site features different tabs for students, teachers, librarians, parents, and guidance counselors. Each tab contains search tools, helpful links, and checklists to make sure College Credit Plus students and teachers have the resources they need to meet the demands of College Credit Plus writing and research. OhioLINK tools are available to College Credit Plus participants affiliated with OhioLINK institutions. INFOhio electronic tools are offered free to Ohio PreK-12 schools, public and private, traditional and online.

 

College Credit Plus Logo

Participating colleges and universities are welcome to download the College Credit Plus logo for use on their website. It can be found below.

 

Student Athletic Eligibility

 

Graduate Offerings Geared to High School Teachers Seeking Credentials to Teach Postsecondary Courses

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Ashland University

  • ContactDawn Weber, Dean, College of Arts and Sciences

 

ON CAMPUS

ONLINE

HYBRID

OFF-SITE

MA in American History and Government

X

 

X

 

MA w/specialization in Teaching American History and Government

X

 

X

 

MA w/specialization in Teaching English

X

X

X

 

MA in Health and Risk Communication;

 

X

 

 

Graduate courses in math, sciences to meet need

X

X

X

 

Graduate courses in communication to meet need

 

X

 

 

Graduate courses in psychology to meet need

 

X

 

 

Graduate courses in foreign languages to meet need

X

 

 

 

Bowling Green State University

  • Contact: Keith E. Ramsdell, Director of Graduate Enrollment, kramsde@bgsu.edu, 419-372-2209

 

ON CAMPUS

ONLINE

HYBRID

OFF-SITE

MA in English: English Teaching Specialization

 

X

 

 

MME in Music: Teaching Artistry Specialization

 

X

 

 

Graduate Certificate in French for Professionals and Educators

X

 

 

 

Graduate Certificate in German for Professionals and Educators 

X

 

 

 

Graduate Certificate in Public History

X

 

 

 

Cleveland State University

  • ContactJianping Zhu

 

ON CAMPUS

ONLINE

HYBRID

OFF-SITE

MS and MA in Mathematics

X

 

 

 

MS Mathematics with Specialization in Applied Statistics

X

 

 

 

Hiram College

 

ON CAMPUS

ONLINE

HYBRID

OFF-SITE

English

X

X

X

X

Biology

X

X

X

X

History

X

X

X

X

Kent State University

 

ON CAMPUS

ONLINE

HYBRID

OFF-SITE

MA in Mathematics for Secondary Teachers

X

 

 

 

MA in History (History for Teachers)

X

 

 

 

MA in English (Concentration for Teachers)

X

 

 

 

Ohio Dominican University

 

ON CAMPUS

ONLINE

HYBRID

OFF-SITE

Master of Arts in English

 

X

 

 

Graduate Coursework in English (18 hours)

 

X

 

 

Master of Business Administration

X

X

X

 

Otterbein University

  • ContactBarbara Schaffner, Dean, Graduate School

 

ON CAMPUS

ONLINE

HYBRID

OFF-SITE

Master of Arts in Educational Mathematics

X

 

X

 

18 in 15 Program: Mathematics

X

 

 

 

Shawnee State University

  • ContactDoug Darbro, Becky Thiel, Acting Associate Provost

 

ON CAMPUS

ONLINE

HYBRID

OFF-SITE

MS Mathematical Sciences

 

X

 

 

University of Akron

 

ON CAMPUS

ONLINE

HYBRID

OFF-SITE

 Business Dual Enrollment Certificate  Program

X

X

X

 

 English Dual Enrollment Credentialing Module 

 

X

 

 

University of Findlay

 

ON CAMPUS

ONLINE

HYBRID

OFF-SITE

English/Language Arts (6 courses)

 

X

 

 

Mathematics (6 courses); Online; Social Studies (6 courses)

 

X

 

 

University of Toledo

 

ON CAMPUS

ONLINE

HYBRID

OFF-SITE

Master of Education and Science in Biology

X

X

 

 

Master of Education and Science in Chemistry X X    

Master of Education and Arts in English (under development)

X

X

 

 

University of Cincinnati

 

ON CAMPUS

ONLINE

HYBRID

OFF-SITE

MA in Teaching English and Language Arts

 

 

 

 

Graduate Certificate for Teachers of English

X

 

 

 

Graduate Certificate for Teachers of History

X

 

 

 

Graduate Certificate for Teachers of French or Spanish

X

 

 

 

Graduate Certificate for Teachers of Mathematics

X

 

 

 

Wright State University

 

ON CAMPUS

ONLINE

HYBRID

OFF-SITE

Master of Science in Geology and MS in Teaching Earth Science

 

 

X

 

Teaching College Composition

 

X

X

 

 

MS in Applied Statistics

X

 

 

 

Master of Clinical Psychology

 

 

 

 

Master of Arts in History

X

 

 

 

Advanced Studies

X

X

 

 

University of Dayton

 

ON CAMPUS

ONLINE

HYBRID

OFF-SITE

Graduate Certificate in English

 

 

 

 

Graduate Coursework in English X X X  
Master's Degree in Mathematics Education X      

 

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