Yes, testing is required for acceptance. Score will be used to determine which courses are eligible for enrollment.
CCP limits enrollment to 30 semester hours in an academic year, however, talk to your high school guidance counselor to determine the best number of hours for you.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach. Talk with your CCP academic advisor to determine the course schedule that lets you balance your high school classes and other obligations with your college coursework.
Courses are offered online and at Franklin University’s central Ohio locations in downtown Columbus, Delaware, and Dublin as well as the Urbana branch campus.
Perhaps. Talk with your CCP academic advisor to determine if online courses are right for you.
Yes. CCP funding is available for fall, spring and summer semesters.
It depends. Remedial and religion courses are not eligible under CCP regulations. For other classes, you must meet the course requirements, either through placement testing or previous college coursework. Speak with your high school guidance counselor to determine which classes you may take.
We accept transfer credit earned from other accredited colleges while you were in high school or once you’ve graduated. In addition, credits earned from Franklin University/Urbana may be transferred to other schools.
That's hard to say. But the pace and expectations of college-level learning may be more rigorous than what you’re accustomed to. We've found that CCP students who are organized, have strong time-management skills, submit high-quality work, and participate in class discussions are better prepared to excel in their college courses.