CCP | Forms & Resources for CCP School Partners
Application, Registration & Access
- CCP Authorization Electronic Form
This electronic CCP Authorization form must be completed by the counselor or CCP Coordinator from the School District and is completed electronically.
- CCP Brochure
- 15 Credit Hour Sample Pathway
The 15 Credit Hour Sample Pathway is a guidance document to fulfill general education requirements at Ohio public Colleges and Universities. This document is meant as a guidance document, and is not intended to be all inclusive.
- 30 Credit Hour Sample Pathway
The 30 Credit Hour Sample Pathway is a guidance document to fulfill general education requirement at Ohio public Colleges and Universities. This document is meant as a guidance document, and is not intended to be all inclusive.
- Course Exclusions for CCP Students
CCP students are able to participate in any course for which they qualify, with a few exceptions. These exceptions include those controlled by regulatory requirements of the CCP Program (such as Foundations courses). Other courses not on this list may not be appropriate for some CCP students, but will be guided by the advising relationship between the student and the CCP Academic Advisor.
- Information Technology Services: CCP High School Technology Verification Form
Please use this form annually to ensure online readiness for Cincinnati State classes offered in your high school or online. The purpose of this checklist is to ensure your high school network does not block vital, sometimes required, access to online resources.
How to Become a CCP Instructor
High school teachers seeking appointment as a CCP instructor must submit an approval request for consideration. The CCP Instructor Approval Request Form and supporting documentation must be submitted via email to Mimi Albers.
Timeline: The CCP Instructor Approval Request review process can be extensive. Please allow a minimum of two weeks for follow up or progress report.
How to Become a CCP School Partner
Cincinnati State is pleased to extend partnership to all Ohio school districts. As the CCP Program is student-driven, students from schools across the state have applied to the CCP Program at Cincinnati State. The current Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Cincinnati State and any school district seeking partnership is available for review and submission.
Course Eligibility: Level I and Level II
- CCP Course eligibility rule (OAC 3333-1-65.12)
- “First 15” Rule: Students must complete 15 credit hours in Level I before progressing to Level II.
- Course Eligibility Summary Document
Level I Courses:
Level I courses at Cincinnati State are made up primarily from among the introductory courses that are approved as part of the Ohio Department of Higher Education’s Transfer Assurance Guide (TAG) and Ohio Transfer 36 (formerly Ohio Transfer Module). A summary of these kinds of courses can be found here: http://catalog.cincinnatistate.edu/academicdivisionsanddegreeampcertificateprograms/transfermodule/
Most CCP students complete their Level I course requirement from among these introductory courses. Other courses that also apply to Level 1 including introductory (100 level) courses in Information Technology (IT). All college courses offered at any of our high school CCP partner locations are Level I courses.
Level II courses are available across most academic departments.
Please note: Until further notice, please review the Testing Center webpage for the most current updates regarding Accuplacer.
It is important to note there is a difference between program eligibility and course eligibility. To be eligible to participate in the CCP program, students must have at least one placement test sub score in the conditionally eligibility range, as outlined on the “College Credit Plus Student Eligibility Assessment Testing” chart. Course level eligibility requires the student has met the prerequisite for the course in which they wish to register. If the student does not have ACT, SAT, Accuplacer, or one of the other placement scores approved by the State, students will need to take the Accuplacer test.
College Credit Plus: Student Eligibility Assessment Testing
Partner schools may identify a designated school official and request to receiving Accuplacer Proctor training to be eligible to Accuplacer students in their high schools. Partner schools interested in becoming an Accuplacer testing site, proctored by a designated high school official should contact Lorrie Cox for additional details:
Students with Disabilities IDEA and ADA
College students must self-identify or disclose their disability. CCP students must engage with the Office of Disability Services for accommodations and provide required documentation of disability.
There is no Special Education at the college level. Educational rights covered by IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Act) do not apply to postsecondary education. Colleges must comply with ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and the Civil Rights Restoration Act. College students have civil rights, but no “education” rights.
- Differences Between High School and College Disability Services
- Secondary Transition Planning for Students with Disabilities
Start here, go anywhere! The Transfer Center is a resource available to all Cincinnati State students to help guide them onto their next educational path after finishing at Cincinnati State.
The Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE) webpage provides links to information about the Ohio Articulation and Transfer Policy, Transfer Assurance Guides (TAG), Career-Technical Credit Transfer (CT)2 courses, AP Placement, the Ohio Transfer Module (OTM), and more.