Information for School Districts
The success of our students and the CCP program would not be possible without the help and support of the local junior high and high schools.
|On-Campus/Online||Dual-Enrollment Option 1||Dual-Enrollment Option 2|
|For students enrolled in college class(es) on the BGSU campus or enrolled in on-line/web-based classes||High School teacher meets BGSU adjunct qualifications and teaches the course on the high school campus with oversight and mentoring provided by at BGSU faculty member.||High school teacher does not meet adjunct qualifications, but is enrolled in a graduate degree/certificate program and BGSU faculty co-teaches via BGSU faculty recommended method of course delivery|
|School District pays: |
$150 per credit hour+ Textbook costs
|School District pays:|
State Floor Pricing
|School District pays:|
$80 per credit hour+ Textbook costs
Secondary (high school/district) schools are responsible for providing instructional tools ("books") for their CCP students.
The postsecondary institution must waive fees for these students and is also responsible for providing supplemental supplies required by the course syllabus.
A school district or nonpublic school may seek reimbursement from students/families under the following two circumstances:
1) If the student receives a failing grade at the end of the college course; or
2) If the student withdraws from or drops the college course subsequent to the 14th calendar day after the particular course began, unless the student is identified as being economically disadvantaged in accordance with Ohio Administrative Code 3333‐1‐65.6(B)(2).
Teach BG is BGSU’s annual professional development event for high school instructors delivering a BGSU course at their respective high school. This is an opportunity for instructors to receive targeted training and proactive mentoring from a BGSU faculty member in the same subject area.
2018 Teach BG Annual Event:
- When: May 8, 2018 from 8:30am - 2:00pm
- Where: 101 Olscamp Hall, Bowling Green State University
- Register: Contact email@example.com for RSVP information
Faculty Mentoring for College Credit Plus Instructors
- All College Credit Plus instructors are mentored by a BGSU faculty member
- BGSU’s Faculty Mentoring program ensures that high school teachers have the resources and professional support to thrive as CCP instructors
- Faculty Mentors collaborate proactively with CCP instructors to help them feel confident in delivering CCP classes
- Faculty Mentors help to ensure the college-level equivalency and rigor of CCP classes offered in the high school setting
High School Teachers Seeking College Credit Plus (CCP) Credentialing
Timeline/Steps to becoming a Partner:
- Interested teachers complete application and submit an updated copy of their resume with three letters of reference to their high school.
- High School sends completed materials (listed above) with copies of the unofficial undergraduate and graduate college transcripts to David Janik, firstname.lastname@example.org.
- BGSU will review submitted credentials.
- Memorandum of Understanding is completed with the school district providing details, such as instructor option rating, cost per course, and textbook arrangements.
- Approved instructors will be matched with a BGSU Faculty Mentor and invited to Teach BG, an annual professional development day held in May.
- Instructors must submit official college transcripts to email@example.com by Teach BG.
- High school instructors complete course syllabus throughout the summer, delivering final version to their BGSU mentor in a timely manner for approval.
- Communication plans between high school instructors and BGSU faculty mentors will be completed by mid to late August.
- Bring your College Credit Plus students to BGSU for a collegiate experience
- Customizable campus visits with opportunities for library workshops, campus tours, laboratory activities, class sit-ins, and more
- BGSU provides travel reimbursement and free lunch for your CCP class
- All BGSU campus events and activities are open to CCP instructors and their students