For public school students, this program is at no cost to the student or family. Non-public and homeschool students must apply for funding each year to offset tuition costs. Home school students are also responsible for all textbook costs. Please visit the State’s CCP website for more information on non-public and homeschool funding.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) is the law that governs the release of and access to student educational records.
Transcripts and grades can only be requested by the student; there are no exceptions.
Students may grant permission for their parents/guardians via “Delegated Access” to their academic record through the link provided on the College Credit Plus Blackboard page under the “FERPA” link or by clicking here.
Yes. FERPA applies to any student, even a minor, upon enrollment at any institution of higher education.
No. CCP students are not permitted to participate in study abroad programs as they are beyond the scope of this program.
No. Students enrolled in CCP or other similar dual-enrollment programs are not eligible for University on-campus housing.
Applying to CCP
Students must take the Accuplacer and the UC Math Placement Test (MPT) at their local high school. These tests must be proctored, and students are not permitted the use of a calculator. Please contact your local high school CCP coordinator and/or school counselor for UC’s test dates. We do not accept Accuplacer scores taken at other institutions.
School counselors and CCP coordinators will administer the Accuplacer and UC MPT beginning in 2018.
As a reminder, students taking any course on the college campus or online with a UC faculty member are required to submit official ACT/SAT scores as part of their application.
UC Uptown CCP requires official copies of standardized test scores sent directly from the testing agency. We do not accept copies of scores on high school transcripts.
Students may request scores to be sent to the University of Cincinnati by visiting Collegeboard (for SAT scores) and/or ACT's website (for ACT scores).
Please visit our CCP Admissions Requirement page for information regarding application requirements for on or off campus participation.
No. Students must select the campus through which they plan to enroll and take their course(s) upon applying to the CCP program. Students will only be permitted to take courses offered by the campuses where they are enrolled.
For information regarding CCP funding eligibility and application for non-public and homeschool students, please visit the state's website.
Funding applications are typically due the second week in April.
Students should apply for the full number of credit hours’ worth of funding they will need for the entire year. For example, Chemistry 1 and lab in Fall Semester plus Chemistry 2 and lab in Spring Semester equals a total request of 10 credit hours.
Funding awards are made for the entire CCP academic year (Summer, Fall, and Spring Semesters).
Funding application requires two important steps:
Creation of a SAFE account.
Submitting an application for CCP tuition funding by the posted deadline.
Course Transferability and Transcripts
Complete a preliminary transfer check on Transferology. Students will have to manually add the course instead of using the drop-down function for accurate results.
Check the Ohio Transfer Module (OTM) and Transfer Assurance Guide (TAG), which provide information on general education courses that students can take for transfer across Ohio Public Institutions.
If you are a non-UC CCP student and you plan to attend UC, please contact Pathways Advising with credit transfer questions.
If you are a UC CCP student, please contact your academic advisor Jamie Solomon with any credit transfer questions.
If you are an incoming student and you’ve already attended orientation, please contact your home college advisor.
If you plan to attend college outside of UC, please contact a representative from the institution you plan to attend. State that you are interested in applying and ask how the course(s) in question will transfer and apply toward your intended degree.
If you completed your CCP coursework at UC and you plan to attend UC, you do not need to send a transcript.
If you plan to attend college elsewhere and you need an official UC transcript, please click here for instructions on how to order your official transcript through the Catalyst Portal.
For any logon assistance, including retrieving your 6+2 Central Logon Username and password, please contact UCIT Helpdesk at (513)556-4357.
Please note that once opened, transcripts will no longer be considered official.
Yes. All CCP students must apply to UC Undergraduate Admissions as a first-time freshman student. Participating in UC CCP does not guarantee automatic admission into any degree program at the University of Cincinnati.
Yes. All incoming freshmen, including former CCP students, are required to attend orientation. There are no exceptions to this rule.