If you were previously enrolled in CCP at BGSU and stopped attending for a semester or longer, please click on the Readmit form icon
When completeing the free application, choose 1 of 3 options:
If you plan to enroll in courses on the BGSU campus or in online BGSU
courses, you will select "
I plan to take BGSU classes on campus or online at
**If you also plan to enroll in BGSU classes at your HS you will choose this option.
The College Credit Plus - On-Campus Option provides qualified high school students (9th - 12th grades recommeded) the opportunity to strengthen and enrich their educational experience through enrollment in college courses. Students who participate in College Credit Plus - On-Campus Option receive college credit that may also fulfill high school graduation requirements, if approved by the student’s home school district.
To ensure maximum benefit to a student, a close working relationship is necessary among the student’s local school district, parents or guardians, and BGSU. It is the responsibility of all involved parties to maintain clear and continuous communication to guarantee that a student receives the greatest possible benefit from participation in the College Credit Plus - On-Campus Option.
If you plan to take BGSU courses at your high school you will select "
I plan to take BGSU classes at my high
**If you also plan to enroll in BGSU classe on-campus or online, do not select this option.
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.
Available classes will depend on teacher qualifications and availability of college mentors that are paired up with the high school teacher. Only 1000 and 2000 level BG courses are eligible for consideration as part of the high school Dual Enrollment program option. Courses will follow BGSU academic calendar.
If you plan to enroll in courses through BGSU and paying for them yourself you will select "I plan to take BGSU classes and will be paying for them myself."
CC+ - Self-Pay students may enroll in classes providing they have the prerequisite knowledge and skill, and space is available. Many HSCCP students enroll in courses in English Composition, Mathematics, Foreign Languages, Natural Sciences, and other liberal arts classes such as History and Philosophy.
The availability of art and music classes is very limited. Students interested in music classes, private lessons or ensembles should contact Amanda Long, the Coordinator of Music Admissions at 419-372-8577. Students are required to pass an audition to be eligible for private lessons. The availability of private music lessons is at the discretion of the College of Musical Arts (CMA).