Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

High School Options Information Night Cory Conrad COTC Admissions Representative.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "High School Options Information Night Cory Conrad COTC Admissions Representative."— Presentation transcript:

1 High School Options Information Night Cory Conrad COTC Admissions Representative

2 College Credit Plus replaces Ohio’s Post-Secondary Enrollment Options and all Dual Enrollment programs. CC+ was signed into law on June 16, 2014 and is operational for the 2015-2016 school year. There are two fundamental conditions of CC+ 1.A student must be enrolled in both college and high school. 2. The course must be college level and apply toward a degree or certificate (no developmental courses). What is College Credit Plus? College Credit Plus

3 WHY College Credit Plus? Only 5% of Ohio high school students are currently participating in dual credit programming. College Credit Plus establishes clear pathways for high school students to earn college credit. Increasing the number of college and career ready students in Ohio Ultimately having a positive impact on Ohio’s workforce Offering incredible financial savings to earn college credit at no cost to the students College Credit Plus

4 All public high schools must participate in College Credit Plus. High schools must develop pathways, in partnership with Ohio’s colleges, of 15 and 30 credit hours leading toward a degree or certificate. All nonpublic high schools may participate. No eligible student may be denied participation. What is College Credit Plus? College Credit Plus is open to students in grades 7 through 12 who are deemed college ready. College Credit Plus

5 Cost There is no cost to students participating in College Credit Plus. Tuition and book charges will be handled at the state level between the high school and the college. What does that mean to you? At a COTC tuition cost is $179 per credit hour, if a student takes a three credit hour class it would typically cost $537 – but through College Credit Plus there is no cost to the student. SO…. 12 to 15 credit hours would be a savings of $2,148 30 credit hours would be a savings of $4,300 and would equal about the first year of an associate degree. College Credit Plus

6 Three different ways to participate: OPTION A: Students can take courses at the high school with high school teachers who are credentialed at the college level. (Course availability determined by high school leadership.) OPTION B: Students can take courses at the high school taught by COTC faculty. (Course availability determined by high school leadership.) OPTION C: Students can take courses taught by COTC faculty at any one of the four campuses. College Credit Plus

7 ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS COTC Application www.cotc.edu/apply (Promo Code: HSOptions) Intent to participate form Turn in to high school by April 1 Official High School Transcript Student must meet established course pre-requisite College Credit Plus

8 COTC Application www.cotc.edu/apply (Promo Code: HSOptions) Intent to participate form Turn in to high school by April 1 Official High School Transcript Student must meet established course pre-requisite A College Credit Plus student is a COTC student! Resources available include: Academic assistance and open labs for writing, editing, speech development and math Disability support services Career exploration and fairs Personal Counseling Resume guidance and interviewing skills Access to the COTC library IMPORTANT: CC+ courses are college courses and will be listed on your college transcript that will become your permanent academic record. College Credit Plus

9 Where education works Success in the New Economy

10 Our Mission The mission of Central Ohio Technical College is to meet the technical education and training needs of students and employers in the area.

11 Why Choose COTC? COTC has a rich history of working with the region’s high schools Currently there are over 1,500 high school students taking COTC courses. We have an established reputation for quality programming and customer service There are a wide variety of TAG courses (Transfer Assurance Guarantee) available that will transfer to any Ohio public college or university COTC has a commitment to technical education and innovative programs and partnerships

12 College Credit Plus 3 options available Over 40 Technical Associate Degrees and Certificates 4 Full Service Campus Locations Newark, Pataskala, Knox and Coshocton Career Services Annual Career Fair and Transfer Fair Center for Academic Success Tutoring, Math Lab, and Communication Resource Center Concurrent Enrollment Option (CEOP) What COTC has to offer!

13 We offer a hands-on approach to learning. Nearly 85% of COTC graduates are employed within 6 months of graduation. Small class sizes provide for a quality classroom experience – COTC’s average class size is 16 students. Affordability: COTC is a great, affordable path for a post- secondary education in Ohio! About 33% of COTC students go on to pursue a bachelor’s degree. We have many partnerships with various colleges and universities to help you get there, and reduce your overall college costs! What makes us unique?

14 Allied Health Business Management Engineering & Information Technologies Nursing Public Safety Social & Behavioral Sciences Arts & Sciences One-Year Certificates Associate Degrees

15 Affordability Low tuition Financial aid available Accessibility Open enrollment Transferability TAGs Ohio Transfer Module Articulation Agreements Benefits of a two-year college

16 4- Year Partnerships

17 What’s next for YOU?

18 APPLY Apply to COTC by August 12 th Plan ahead and stay ahead. www.cotc.edu

19 REQUIREMENTS GRADUATE! Send in your high school transcripts. Register for classes at orientation. www.cotc.edu

20 UPCOMING EVENTS

21

22

23 QUESTIONS? Cory Conrad cconrad@cotc.edu 740-755-7090 www.cotc.edu

24 THANK YOU!


Download ppt "High School Options Information Night Cory Conrad COTC Admissions Representative."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google