Contact Us

Dual Enrollment Coordinator

Carla Coon
419.207.6965
800.882.1548 Ext. 6965
Fax: 419.289.5368
ccoon@ashland.edu

Dean
Dr. Dean Goon
dgoon@ashland.edu

College Credit Plus

As a college-ready high school student, you can earn college credit AND high school graduation credit by taking courses in AU's College Credit Plus program. It’s a great way to get a head start on your college education!

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Accuplacer

June 12th, 2019 at 1:30 PM

Please follow THIS LINK  for additonal information and to reserve a seat on test day. Seating is limited; pre-registration is required.

Level One Courses & Pathways

To view AU Level One Courses, click here: Level One Course List and Glossary

To find out what to expect after acceptance regarding registration, orientation, etc., click here: Steps to Participation

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NEW! Earn an Associate of Arts Degree in General Studies at the same time you graduate high school.

Year One: Fall Semester

Cr. Hrs.

Year One: Spring Semester

Cr. Hrs.

Composition Core (ENG 101)

3

Composition Core (ENG 102)

3

Math/Logic Core

3

Social Science Core

3

CCI Core

3

Historical Reasoning Core

3

Aesthetic Core

3

Elective #1

3

Core Elective

3

Elective #2

3

15

15

Year Two: Fall Semester

Cr. Hrs.

Year Two: Spring Semester

Cr. Hrs.

Natural Science Core

3

COM 101

3

Humanities Core

3

Religion Core

3

Elective #3

3

Elective #6

3

Elective #4

3

Elective #7

3

Elective #5

3

Elective #8

3

15

15

Total Credit Hours

60

For additional details and a downloadable course checklist of the degree requirements:

Associate of Arts in General Studies Pathway


PDF iconassociate_of_arts_in_general_studies_pathway.pdf

Deadlines

SUMMER Term FALL Semester SPRING Semester
Application Deadline March 15 June 1 October 15
Registration Begins Mid-April Late May Mid-November
Classes Begin Early May Late August Early January

Admissions Requirements

College Credit Plus Admissions Requirements

  • Participation in collge preparatory curricula and completion of the following:
    • Two or more units of high school English
    • Two or more units of high school math (algebra or higher)
    • Two or more units of high school science (one must be a laboratory science)
    • Two or more units of high school social studies
  • A cumulative grade point average of at least 2.50 on a 4.00 scale at the time student applies
  • A composite score of 18 or higher on the ACT.* An English subscore of 21 is required to take English 101 or higher. If a student has not taken the ACT, Accuplacer scores which meet the State's minimum CCP eligibility thresholds (unconditional) will also be accepted.
  • Students who meet the requirements must complete and submit:
    • The free, online application for admission into CCP program, found at www.ashland.edu/apply
    • All approval forms required by their high school

*Students who have not yet taken the ACT may be considered for conditional acceptance pending the receipt of satisfactory ACT scores if they have met all other admission requirements and if they have already scheduled to take the ACT exam on the next available texting date.

These guidelines, under special circumstances, may be evaluated on an individual basis with additonal advisement of the high school guidance counselor. Registration is limited to a maximum of 16 credit hours per semester and 30 credit hours per year. All criteria are submect to review every year based on student academic success.

Searching for Courses

  1. Go to WebAdvisor
  2. Enter seach criteria desired, such as "Term" (Example: Fall Semester 2019) and "Subjects" to obtain a list of courses offered in each department. The entire form does not need to be completed.

* The sections you are looking for are typically one letter or have CCP in the name, such as A, B, C, RCCPA, RCCPB, etc.

* Some sections are closed to CCP students. Here are some examples of sections you cannot be placed in:

REASH, REAC, RECAS, RSCIA, RSCA2, RSCB1, RCIO1, RNOLA, RNUR1, OASA, OASB, etc.

One final reminder: if you are interested in Composition I (ENG 101), you must have scored a 21 or higher on the ENGLISH PORTION of the ACT.

Students must complete their first 15 credit hours in Level One Courses.

Questions? Please contact the AU CCP enrollment coordinator, Carla Coon.

ccoon@ashland.edu | 419.207.6965

Additional information about the CCP program can be found, HERE, on the Ohio Department of Higher Education's website.

Once students are accepted into the program, re-application is not necessary to participate in subsequent semesters.