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Underperforming Student Information

The following probation and dismissal information is updated for CCP for the 2018–19 school year

CCP Probation

A student will be placed on CCP Probation when a student:

  • Has earned lower than a cumulative 2.0 GPA in college courses OR
  • Withdraws from two or more courses in same term

While on CCP Probation, the student:

  • May enroll in no more than one college course
  • May not enroll in the college course in the same subject in which student previously earned D or F or received a no credit

The student remains on probation until student has improved cumulative college GPA to 2.0 or higher (maximum of two terms).

CCP Dismissal

A student is placed on CCP Dismissal when the student has met the definition of CCP Probation for two consecutive college terms.
Once a student is dismissed from the CCP program, the student may not enroll in college courses for the following college term.
After one college term on dismissal, the student may request secondary school to allow student to participate.

Contact your high school counselor or your College Now Advisor for more information.

Additional explanations can be found by visiting the College Credit Plus Webinar for underperforming students.
The legislation for this update can be found by visiting the Ohio Administrative Code.