The Springfield-Clark CTC is excited to offer added opportunities to our students through the College Credit Plus program. College Credit Plus will allow students to enroll in courses that will earn them both high school credit and college credit at the same time. Students have many options to access this program, including attending approved courses at the CTC, taking college courses online, or driving to one of the area's college campuses.
Who is eligible?
To be eligible, students must submit their intent to participate by April 1, 2017, and they must be accepted by a college or university participating in College Credit Plus. All students are subject to the admission requirements of the college or university they are applying to. This generally requires completing an application by the college's deadline and may include minimum scores on ACT, SAT, COMPASS or other tests.
How do I get started?
The Springfield-Clark CTC simply needs to know about your intent to participate in the College Credit Plus program by April 1, 2017. Please fill out the intent form which can be found here, so we can provide you with additional information.
- Financial savings
- Increased course selection
- Opportunity to take more rigorous courses
- Financial obligation for failed courses (or withdrawals after deadlines)
- Increased student responsibility
- Potential Scheduling Conflicts
- Social situations with adults (if on college campus)
If you have questions about College Credit Plus, please contact a school counselor. Their contact information can be found here under "Counselors/Student Services".
Other Helpful Information:
Ohio Higher Ed - College Credit Plus
If you have any additional questions or concerns, a school counselor can be reached at 937-325-7368 x187 or the director of student services at x239.