College Credit Plus is a program that allows students to enroll in a college/university and earn college credits while in high school. Students may earn college credits by: taking a CCP course on their high school campus, attending courses on a college campus, or enrolling in a college online course. Hubbard High School has partnered with YSU and Eastern Gateway Community College to offer CCP courses here on Hubbard High School's campus. Please note the following courses offered and eligibility requirements: Youngstown State University: The following YSU courses will be taught on the Hubbard High School campus by Hubbard teachers who are approved as adjunct professors at YSU.
College Algebra (Math 1510) - 4 semester hours - Requirements to enroll: ACT Math score of 22
Trigonometry (Math 1511) - 3 semester hours - Requirements to enroll: ACT Math score of 22
The two above math courses may be substituted for Pre-Calculus
Calculus 1 (Math 1571) - 4 semester hours - Requirements to enroll: ACT Math score of 25 - OR - final grade of "C" in both Col Alg and Trig
Intro to Statistics (Stat 2601) - 3 semester hours - Requirements to enroll: ACT Math score of 22
Writing 1 - (Eng 1550) - Requirements to enroll: ACT English score of 18
Intermediate French (Frnc 2606) - 3 semester hours -Requirements to enroll: Must have all 3 ACT scores: English 18; Reading 22; Math 22
Eastern Gateway Community College: The following EGCC online courses will be offered on the Hubbard High School campus. Hubbard teachers will serve as facilitators for each course. The EGCC professor will solely be responsible for assigning all work, tests, etc., as well as grading. Hubbard teachers will offer support to students enrolled in the course, however, they are NOT the teacher for the course and therefore will not be involved or responsible for assigning work or for grading. Students will not receive a nine week grade on their high school report card for EGCC CCP online courses, only a final grade will be reflected on the report card. However, CCP instructors will report a nine week “grade update” to be used for eligibility. EGCC online courses and requirements to enroll:
American Government (PSC 101) - 3 semester hours
Comparative Politics (PSC 102) - 3 semester hours Requirements to enroll: ACT English score of 18 - OR - ACT Reading score of 22 for both courses
The above courses may be substituted for US Government
The following EGCC courses will be taught on the Hubbard High School campus by Hubbard teachers who are approved as adjunct professors at EGCC. EGCC courses offered and requirements to enroll:
General Chemistry 1 (CHM 102) - 4 semester hours
General Chemistry 2 (CHM 103) - 4 semester hours Requirements to enroll: ACT Math score of 22 and EGCC Chemistry proficiency test for both courses
Current CCP courses are subject to change.
The YSU or EGCC college curriculum will be followed in order to offer college credit. Students will take the college final exam at the completion of the course. Courses are very rigorous and are taught at the college level.
Students successfully completing the CCP course will receive college credit. The student will have a YSU / EGCC transcript reflecting the credits earned and a college GPA. The grade in the CCP course will also be reflected as the grade earned in the high school course and will be calculated in the students high school cumulative GPA.
The credits earned through CCP are transferable to all Ohio state colleges/universities. Please note that the college GPA will continue if the student enrolls in YSU / EGCC. If the student enrolls in a different post-secondary institution, the semester hours will transfer but the GPA will not. It is the student’s responsibility to request YSU/EGCC transcripts to be sent to the college/university he/she will attend after graduation. Students will need to follow the procedures at YSU/EGCC to request and send transcripts. This information can be found on the college website – ysu.edu or egcc.edu.
Transfer your credits to University System of Ohio Schools – visit: https://transfercredit.ohio.gov to learn more. Planning to attend a private or out of state college? You need to check with those schools to see how credits could transfer.
The February ACT exam is the last acceptable test date for CCP qualification. Please check the registration deadline. If you are considering CCP for the following school year, you MUST take the ACT by February and receive the required scores - be reminded that you have the September, October, December and February ACT exam dates. Students interested in the CCP program are welcome to attend the Informational meeting held each year. Students must notify their counselor by April 1 if they intend to participate in the CCP program for the following year.
Students that WD from the CCP course for college credit prior to college ADD/DROP date will be required to remain in the course for high school credit. Students who fail a CCP course will be required to reimburse Hubbard Exempted Village School District the full college tuition / book fee for the course.
15 credit General Education Pathway
CCP College Algebra (4 sem hrs) and Trigonometry (3 sem hrs) CCP Calculus 1 (4 sem hrs) and Intro to Statistics (3 sem hrs) CCP French (3 sem hrs) Total: 17 semester hours
30 credit General Education Pathway
CCP College Algebra (4 sem hrs) and Trigonometry (3 sem hrs) CCP Calculus 1 (4 sem hrs) and Intro to Statistics (3 sem hrs) CCP College Writing 1 (3 sem hrs) CCP General Chemistry 1 (4 sem hrs) and General Chemistry 2 (4 sem hrs) CCP Intermediate French (3 sem hrs) CCP American Government (3 sem hrs) and Comparative Politics (3 sem hrs) Total: 34 semester hours
Beginning summer term 2018, the new administrative rule for CCP Underperforming Students must be implemented according to the requirements within Ohio Administrative Code 3333-1-65.13.
An underperforming student is defined as a student who meets at least one of these conditions:
1. Has a cumulative GPA of lower than a 2.0 in the college courses taken through the CCP Program
2. Withdraws from, or receives no credit for, two or more courses in the same term. (Withdrawing from a course occurs when the student dis-enrolls from a course after the census date and the secondary school is financially responsible for the tuition associated with the course)
An ineligible student is defined as a student who meets the definition of an underperforming student for two consecutive terms of enrollment
A secondary school must place an underperforming student on CCP Probation. The school must notify the student, the student’s parent, and each college in which the student is enrolled. The school must advise the student and parent on requirements for continuing in the program
A student on CCP Probation may enroll in no more than one college course and the student may not enroll in a college course in the same subject in which the student earned a grade of D or F or for which the student received no credit
If the student had already registered for more than one course prior to being placed on CCP Probation, the student must request each college or university to dis-enroll the student from courses as necessary. The student, as noted above, may continue to be enrolled in one course. The student must notify that college of which course the student would like to remain enrolled.
The college will confirm the course enrollment and all course dis-enrollments in the Pre-Term Notice of Admission (14 days prior to the semester start)
If the student fails to dis-enroll, the secondary school will promptly notify the student and parent that the student will be responsible for paying all tuition, fees, and textbook costs. That student is also then considered an ineligible student and is dismissed form the CCP program in the next term
If the student on CCP Probation takes one course and the grade raises the student’s cumulative GPA to a 2.0 or higher, the student is removed from CCP Probation and may participate in the program without restrictions
If the grade does not raise the cumulative GPA to a 2.0 or higher, the secondary school is responsible for dismissing the student from the program
A secondary school is responsible for dismissing an ineligible student from the CCP program. The school must promptly notify the student, the student’s parent, and each college or university in which the student is enrolled
Any student on CCP Dismissal may not take any college courses through the program
If the student had already registered for college courses prior to being dismissed, the student will request each college to dis-enroll the student from the courses
The college will confirm all course dis-enrollments in the Pre-Term Notice of Admission (14 days prior to the semester start)
If the student fails to dis-enroll, the secondary school will promptly notify the student and parent that the student will be responsible for paying all tuition, fees, and textbooks costs. The student will continue to be on CCP Dismissal for an additional term
Appeals Process Summary
1. A student may appeal to the district superintendent or school governing entity the CCP Dismissal or prohibition from taking a course in the same subject in which the student earned a grade of D or F or for which the student received no credit.
The governing entity or superintendent will consider any extenuating circumstances separate from academic performance that may have affected the student’s CCP status and may do any of the following:
a) Allow the student to participate in the program without restrictions
b) Allow the student to take a course in the same subject in which the student earned a grade of D or F or for which the student received no credit
c) Allow the student to participate in the program on CCP Probation
d) Maintain the student’s status on CCP Dismissal from the program
2. The student must request an appeal within five business days after being notified of the CCP Dismissal or the CCP Probation that prohibits the student from taking a course in the same subject
The secondary school will promptly notify any college or university in which the student is enrolled that the student has requested an appeal
The district superintendent or school governing entity will issue a decision on the student’s’ appeal within ten business days after the date the appeal is made
The decision of the superintendent or governing entity is final
The secondary school will promptly notify any college or university in which the student is enrolled of the decision
If the decision is to continue to CCP Dismissal, the college or university will permit the student to withdraw from all courses without penalty and the secondary school will not be required to pay for those courses
If the superintendent or governing entity fails to issue a decision within ten business days, the college or university will permit the student to withdraw from all courses for which the student is not eligible without penalty. If the decision on the appeal is made after the college/university’s no-fault withdrawal date, the secondary school will pay for those courses
3. Secondary schools must include information about CCP Probation and CCP Dismissal including procedures for appeals in the Information Session and counseling services
College or University Academic Policies
Nothing in the CCP Probation and the CCP Dismissal rule alters, supersedes, or affects any college’s or university’s policies or procedure on academic probation or dismissal. CCP students are subject to the institution’s policy.