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What is the policy for Post-Secondary enrollment?

College Credit Plus (CC+)

Ohio University's College Credit Plus (CC+) program can help secondary students earn college credit and satisfy high school graduation requirements at the same time by taking college-level courses. The purpose of this program is to promote rigorous academic pursuits and to provide a wide variety of options to college-ready students. In most cases, taking college courses during the regular academic year from Ohio University is free. That means no cost for tuition, books, or fees. Please check our CC+ website for application materials.

Students who participate in CC+ are still considered freshmen applicants if all post-secondary work was completed while enrolled in high school, or less than 15 credit hours were completed after graduating from high school.  Students should request the college or university send an official transcript to Undergraduate Admissions to receive credit. Please check our Transfer Credit web page to determine how your CC+ credit will transfer to Ohio University.

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