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

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

April 23, 2015

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 confirm our understanding of the CCP regulations. The response affirmed that no charges may be applied. Here is an official statement:

"Cedarville University is adhering to the College Credit Plus Default funding structure. Public, non-public, and homeschooled students who qualify for CCP funding will not be charged for tuition, fees, or books. Further, school districts may not charge students an additional fee for participation in a Cedarville CCP course. This applies to public, private, and home schooled students. Cedarville will submit its enrollment and accounts payable in accordance with 3333-1-65.7; payment will follow the statute 3365.07; and the state will underwrite the tuition cost."

Please call us at 1-800-CEDARVILLE (233-2784) if you have any questions.

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