CCP Frequently Asked Questions

College Credit Plus (CCP) students have the opportunity to study at a world-class university known for its academic excellence and a diverse student body representing all 50 states and more than 100 countries.

Kent State University has one of the largest regional campus systems in the nation, so College Credit Plus students have the flexibility to take classes at nine locations throughout Northeast Ohio as they begin preparation for one of 40 associate degrees or 282 bachelor’s degrees. Each campus is a center of culture, education, and outreach where students will have the opportunity to earn college credit prior to middle/high school graduation. College Credit Plus students are encouraged to contact the campus of their choice for more information.

What is the College Credit Plus (CCP) program and who can participate?
Who pays for CCP students' tuition and books?
How do interested students apply for admission to the College Credit Plus program?
What and how many classes can a College Credit Plus student take?
How are College Credit Plus classes different from traditional college classes?
Do classes taken as a College Credit Plus student apply to degrees at Kent State University and/or transfer to other colleges?
What is the College Credit Plus Application to Enrollment Timeline?