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The rule for expanded Student Eligibility went into effect on February 13th, 2022.  To access the new rule in OAC 3333-1-65.14, please click here.        
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College Credit Plus Overview

College Credit Plus is Ohio’s dual enrollment program that provides students in grades 7-12 the opportunity to earn college and high school credits at the same time by taking courses from Ohio colleges or universities. The purpose of this program is to enhance students’ career readiness and postsecondary success, while providing a wide variety of options to college-ready students, at no or limited costs to students and families. 

Please visit the other sections of our website for answers to Frequently Asked Questions, as well as additional information for Students & Families or Program Administrators



For more information, please contact:

Becky Harr



Annual Repot

Annual Report 2020-2021pdf

Overview of Year Six

Annual Report
Annual Report 2019-2020pdf

Overview of Year Five

CCP 2018-2019 report
Annual Report 2018-2019 pdf

Overview of Year Four

Results & Cost Effectiveness Report Cover Senate Bill 216 of the 132nd General Assembly directed the Ohio Department of Education to study the cost effectiveness of the College Credit Plus program and prepare a report outlining the findings. View the report pdf to learn more.
Annual Report 2017-2018 pdf

Overview of Year Three

Annual Report 2016-2017 pdf

Overview of Year Two

Annual Report 2015-2016 pdf

Overview of Year One

Accompanying Data

Chancellor Carey's Recommendations pdf

Original Recommendations (Early 2014)



CCP Advisory Committee

The College Credit Plus Advisory Committee is a seven-member advisory committee jointly established by the Chancellor of Higher Education and the Superintendent of Public Instruction to assist in the development of performance metrics for the College Credit Plus program and provide advice on ways to monitor the program going forward. Select a link below to find out more:

CCP Advisory Committee in the Ohio Revised Code

3365.15 Duties of chancellor and superintendent.

The chancellor of higher education and the superintendent of public instruction jointly shall do all of the following:


(D) Establish a college credit plus advisory committee to assist in the development of performance metrics and the monitoring of the program's progress. At least one member of the advisory committee shall be a school guidance counselor.

Committee Members

  • Rebecca Gawsyszawski, District Advisor, Ohio PTA
  • Jonathan Kreger, Faculty Member, Columbus State Community College
  • Diane Mankins, Superintendent, Marysville City Schools
  • Sharon Schroeder, Associate Director, College Access, Youngstown State University
  • James Smith, Vice President for University Relations, Mount Vernon Nazarene University
  • Matt Smith, Guidance Counselor, Benjamin Local School District
  • Tim Kraynak, Private K-12 Counselor /Assistant Principal, Worthington Christian Schools
  • Michele Brown, Program Director, College Credit Plus Programs, Ohio State University
  • Dr. JR Roush, Southern State Community College/Shawnee State University
  • Tom Woodford, College Counselor, Hilliard City Schools
  • Daniel Jackson, Principal, Pymatuning Valley High School