College Credit Plus

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Caree Bash
CCP Director


136A Byron Kee Center
for Student Success

Scott George
Academic Advisor

Phone: 419-755-4547

Text: 419-318-0481

120 Byron Kee Center
for Student Success

Current Students

College-ready students in grades 7-12 can take courses at Ohio Public Colleges at no cost under Ohio’s College Credit Plus (CCP) initiative. Funding is even available for private school and home school students.

Which Degree?

If you are not sure which degree to start, try our Career Toolkit to match your interests to a career!

Career Toolkit

Apply Today!

Contact your high school counselor to learn more about College Credit Plus or click the apply button below.

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Course Options

Click the link below to search through North Central State College’s course offerings.

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Important Dates to Remember for the Spring 2020 term

Application Deadline for new CCP students

Transcript Deadline

Testing Deadline

New Student Registration Deadline for classes online or on NCSC's campus

Current Student Registration Deadline for classes online or on NCSC's campus

Find Your Path

Your College Credit Plus classes can lead to an Associate Degree at North Central State College. Click on a pathway to see the courses you need to begin your degree.

Maybe Not Our Degree

Credit from North Central State can be transferred to another college to continue a bachelor’s degree.

Click one of the buttons to see courses that are guaranteed to transfer to any public college or university in Ohio.

Transfer Assurance Guide (TAG)Ohio Transfer Module
Tuition Freedom Scholarships logo

Tuition Freedom will cover up to 64 credit hours of tuition for former College Credit Plus students who are pursuing an associate degree.

Learn More About Tuition Freedom
College Now Logo

College-NOW is a two year program that allows high school juniors to earn their associate degree during their last two years of high school.

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