Dual Enrollment College Credit Plus
About College Credit Plus Dual Enrollment
Through BGSU's College Credit Plus Dual Enrollment option, students have the opportunity to take college classes and earn college credit on the high school campus if the high school has partnered with BGSU to offer courses under one of the current three options of course delivery.
Students may enroll in this program for fall or spring semester during their high school academic calendar year.
At the time of application, a 3.0 minimum cumulative grade point average is required for all applicants. The GPA is calculated on a 4.0 scale and presented on the official high school transcript. Report cards will not be accepted. (For and 7th and 8th-grade students only, schools should provide grade cards.)
Students must also demonstrate college readiness in reading by providing an ACCUPLACER Reading score of 80 or higher -or- an ACT Reading subscore of 20 or higher.
Available classes will depend on teacher qualifications and availability of BGSU mentors that are paired up with the high school teacher.
Textbooks and any special course fees will be paid for by the high school district.
College Credit Plus Dual Enrollment Application Procedures
The following application materials are needed to apply to the College Credit Plus Dual Enrollment program at BGSU:
- Online Application
- Applicants must choose the high school they attend on their College Credit Plus Dual Enrollment application
- Most recent official transcript from the student’s high school which includes the cumulative grade point average.
- College readiness in reading proven through an ACCUPLACER score of 80 or above -or- an ACT Reading subscore of 20 or above
- Note: High School Counselors will work with BGSU Academic Advisors to enroll students in the proper dual-enrollment course(s).
All required application materials must be on file by the deadline.
- April 15 for enrollment in fall semester
- November 15 for enrollment in spring semester
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College Credit Plus students follow the same academic progress policies as undergraduate students. Students are expected to maintain a 2.0 cumulative GPA or they may be placed on academic warning/probation or may be suspended or dismissed.
Benefits of Dual Enrollment
High school students who qualify for College Credit Plus Dual Enrollment have the opportunity to challenge themselves with college courses and remain on their high school campus. Students may also take advantage of services at BGSU such as career counseling, college degree advising, and tutoring at no extra cost.
Other benefits include:
- Completing high school and college credits simultaneously
- One-on-one academic advising that will provide insight and direct guidance relating to career exploration
- On-campus tutoring and support services in subject areas
- Access to on-campus facilities such as the library, student recreation center, and computer labs
- Free admission to select on-campus events, from athletic events to musical and theatrical performances
- Completing a degree in less time and saving money
- Students should be aware that college classes are more demanding than high school classes in terms of pace and content. Participants in CCP On-Campus attend the same courses as undergraduate students.
- Students enrolled in CCP are guest students to the University and are subject to the same administrative policies and grading practices and standards as all other BGSU students. Grades will be maintained on a permanent transcript.
- Availability of courses cannot be guaranteed. Courses will be offered contingent upon the availability of staff, sufficiently high section enrollment and similar considerations.
- Students who plan to enroll in English or math courses may need to complete a placement exam. Students who place into UWP 1100, MATH 090x, MATH 95x, MATH 99x, or MATH 1210 will not be eligible to take English or math at BGSU.
- Participation in CCP does not constitute undergraduate admission to Bowling Green State University. Students who plan to attend the University upon completion of high school must apply for formal admission during their senior year.
- If you have any questions regarding the CCP Program, please contact Pre-College Programs at 419-372-8943.