College Credit Plus

Blog: CCP and the Non-public School

Can Schools Charge Students Who Choose a Private College Option for CCP?

Recently, we’ve heard from a few students who were concerned that they would be charged either by their high school or by the university if they chose to take CCP courses at a private college, like Cedarville. We reached out to the state to... continue ยป


About College Credit Plus

Cedarville University's College Now program includes participation in the State of Ohio's College Credit Plus (CCP) program, formerly known as Post Secondary Education Option program (PSEO). Ohio residents in grades 7-12 are eligible to apply. 

Accepted?

Learn more about your next steps after acceptance to Cedarville's College Now College Credit Plus by perusing Next Steps for Accepted College Credit Plus Students.

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Cedarville University's College Now program includes participation in the State of Ohio's College Credit Plus (CCP) program, formerly known as Post Secondary Education Option program (PSEO). Ohio residents in grades 7-12 are eligible to apply.