Partner Schools

Bowling Green State University partners with school districts across Ohio to credential high school instructors in order to offer dual enrollment courses in high school classrooms.

It is our goal to provide excellent onboarding, student support, and professional development opportunities for our College Credit Plus partner sites. We want students to feel welcome and part of the BGSU family. We want students to experience what it means to be a college student.

If interested in bringing your dual enrollment students for a campus visit, please email

BG Cheer Team

Since its inception as a statewide initiative in 2015, BGSU has partnered with area districts including these current partners:

Allen East Local School District

Anthony Wayne Local Schools

Ayersville Local Schools

Bowling Green City School District

Buckeye Central Local School District

Eastwood Local Schools

Elmwood Local Schools

Findlay City Schools

Fremont City Schools

Hopewell-Loudon Schools

Lake Local Schools

Lexington Local Schools

Liberty Benton Local Schools

Marion Local Schools

Maumee City Schools

New Riegel Local Schools

Otsego Local School District

Ottawa-Glandorf Local School District

Penta Career Center

Perrysburg Schools

Riverdale Local Schools

Seneca East Local Schools

Toledo Public Schools - Aerospace & Natural Science Academy of Toledo (ANSAT)

Toledo Public Schools - Morrison R Waite High School

Vanguard-Sentinel Career & Technology Centers

Wapakoneta City Schools

Washington Local School District - Whitmer High School

Instructors interested in dual enrollment partnerships and teacher credentialing should complete the CCP Credentialing Request Form.

Minimum Credentials Required

The State of Ohio and Higher Learning Commission (HLC), BGSU’s accrediting body, have clear credential requirements for approval to teach a college level undergraduate class. These requirements include:

  • A master’s degree in the content area (example: a Master’s in Biology to teach CCP Biology); OR
  • A master’s degree of any kind AND 18 completed graduate hours in the intended content area (example: a Master’s in Education AND 18 graduate Biology hours completed)

Updated: 09/21/2023 10:55AM