High school students who want to get an early start on college—and save money in the process—are participating in the Ohio Department of Education’s College Credit Plus (CCP) program. For colleges, like Cedarville University, partnering with CCP helps bring high-academic students to campus after their high school graduation.
Cedarville University has been participating with the College Credit Plus program since 2015. An estimated 45 percent of high school students taking Cedarville course enroll after they complete their high school requirements. And, statewide, more than 52,000 Ohio high school students participated in the program, saving $110 million on college tuition.
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Weinstein, Mark D., "College Credit Plus Benefits Students" (2016). News Releases. 343.