CCP 2022 - 2023 New Student Application

The 2022-2023 new student application is now open!

 

Are you a New or Continuing CCP Student?

  • A new student is one who never enrolled in a CCP class at YSU, even if they have applied and attended orientation previously. You will follow the directions below to apply. 
  • A continuing student is one who has completed or is currently enrolled in at least one CCP course with YSU. Follow these directions to submit your continuing student form.
     

How do we define a home school student?

  • A home school student has a Superintendent’s Exemption Notice from the school district the student would have attended. This notice states that the family will be responsible for teaching the student at home in lieu of being enrolled at the school district for instruction.
  • If you are enrolled in a public school district but enrolled in remote learning through the school district, you are still considered a public-school student.
  • If you are enrolled in an online school, such as Buckeye Online School for Success, Ohio Connections Academy, or Ohio Virtual Academy, you are a public-school student.
  • If you are unsure what category you fall in, contact our office for help before you apply.

Before You Apply

  • Discuss the program with your parents/guardians. Review the College Credit Plus (CCP) online brochure*. In addition to valuable program information, there are also great resources to help navigate your pathway to college.
  • If you have any questions about the program please see your CCP coordinator (list by county).
  • Understand Eligibility, Admission & Course Placement: Review the Eligibility, Admission, and Course Placement information. If you are unsure of whether or not you qualify for the YSU CCP program, please contact your school counselor to discuss other CCP options.
  • Your school CCP coordinator reviews course options and high school graduation requirements with you to determine what courses to register for. If you are taking a campus or online course, the Campus Education Plan (Coming Soon!) is completed at this time. Either you or your school counselor can submit this form to our office by email (ccp@ysu.edu) or fax (330-941-2446).
  • Notify your school (or the state if a non-public or home-school student) of your intent to participate in CCP by April 1, 2022.

Attention Non-Public and Home School Students: Please review the state's deadlines for submitting the letter of intent and funding application prior to completing the YSU CCP application. We cannot guarantee that your application will be processed in time to meet the state's funding deadline if received after 5 pm on March 28, 2022.

Home School Students: Please follow the Home School Student Application Checklist and then visit the YSU CCP District Coordinator Resource page for additional tools and forms to support your student's application.


Know the Deadlines
Desired Start term last act/sat date for consideration application deadline
Non-Public and Home-school Students (all terms)

ACT - February for Summer; April for Fall or Spring

SAT - March

March 28, 2022
Public School Deadlines
Summer 2022

ACT - April 

SAT - March

April 15, 2022
Fall 2022

ACT - April 

SAT - March 

April 15, 2022
Spring 2023

ACT - April

SAT - March

April 15, 2022

The deadline to complete the YSU Eligibility Test Deadline for admission (all terms) is March 28, 2022.

*Please note that the deadline to submit CCP paperwork to your school counselor/CCP Coordinator at your high school is different from the YSU application deadline. Be sure to turn in all completed forms to your CCP coordinator by his/her specified due date so that you can meet our application deadline as well.


CCP Class Selection

  • For CCP courses offered at the high school: You will request the high school-based courses at the same time you complete the online CCP application. Before you can become registered for a particular course (s) you must meet the CCP admission criteria and course placement requirements. Courses listed for your high school are accurate as of this date and are subject to change.
  • For courses offered on campus or online: You will register for on-campus or online courses during your mandatory orientation and advisement appointment on the YSU campus. You cannot enroll for campus or online courses without meeting with a YSU academic advisor.

New Student Application Process

  1. Submit a complete application of the following documents
    • Free online CCP new student application (see below)
    • Official High School Transcript
    • Official ACT/SAT scores
    • Parent Consent/Financial Responsibility Form - This form is signed each year by the student and parent/guardian and returned to the CCP Coordinator/School Counselor at the high school.
    • Campus Education Plan - Required if taking CCP classes on-campus or online.
    • Home-school students: Please refer to the additional steps below.
    • No application is reviewed/considered without all required documents submitted and received by the application deadline.
  2. Submit a letter of intent to CCP Coordinator at your high school/state by April 1, 2022.
  3. Once we have received your completed application, it will be reviewed. You will then receive a CCP admissions decision letter by mail to your home address. PLEASE KEEP THIS LETTER – if you are accepted, it contains the instructions you need to activate your YSU account, along with an Enrollment Checklist of next steps. Your YSU email is the ONLY place you will receive individualized directions on how to complete orientation and placement testing. Activate it right away and check it often!
     

Non-Public and Home-school Students (additional steps):

  1. Sign up for an OHID account between February and April 1 (Parents)
  2. Submit a letter of intent/funding application to the Ohio Department of Education by April 1, 2022, at 5 pm (Parents)
  3. Look to receive funding award notifications from the Ohio Department of Education around the middle of May.

Please review the state's deadlines for submitting the letter of intent and funding applications prior to completing the YSU CCP application. You will need to upload a copy of the student’s acceptance letter to our program in order to complete this step with the state. We cannot guarantee that your application will be processed in time to meet the state's funding deadline if your application materials are not received by March 28, 2022.

Home-school students: Please follow the Home-school Student Application Checklist for additional materials to submit with your application.


THE 2022-2023 new student application is now open.

Information you will need to have:

  1. Student social security number (you cannot submit the application without this)
  2. Student personal e-mail address
  3. Student cell phone number
  4. Parent/guardian e-mail address
  5. Previous address information if you have lived at your current address for less than two years
  6. High school CCP course schedule if you plan to take classes at the high school

Ready to begin?