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document Will the courses taken at Owens be included in my high school grade point average or GPA?
Your school or school board will determine whether, and the manner in which, grades will be included in the grade point averages of their students. In most cases, students who enroll in CCP Option B will have their college classes posted to their high school transcript and included in the high...
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document Do I have to pay for my college textbooks?
If you are participating in CCP option B, you do not need to pay for your textbooks. Your high school will cover the cost of your books. You should follow up with your high school counselor to find out the process for obtaining and returning your CCP books each semester. Students pursuing Option A...
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document Where can I find more information about Owens?
Your most important source of information will be the college’s website: www.owens.edu.
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document If I take some or all of my courses at Owens, am I eligible to participate in high school extracurricular activities?
Students participating in the program remain high school students. They are entitled to participate in appropriate school district activities so long as they meet the criteria established by district policy or administrative procedures.
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document May a high school student participate in any college activity?
In general, no. Students participating in the program continue to be high school students. However, some college activities may directly relate to specific courses taken by CCP students (e.g. art, music, drama activities) and would warrant attendance.
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document Can I repeat a failed class under this program?
This is something you must discuss with your high school counselor.
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document If I fail a class at the college, who pays for the class?
Students who fail a class may be required by their high school to pay for the failed class. You should contact your high school regarding this.
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document What are the consequences of failing a college course?
Failure of a course could prevent your high school graduation. Your high school will provide you with counsel on this matter. The failure also becomes a permanent part of your college record, which could impact future financial aid eligibility. The cost paid for you by the state can also be...
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document What are the consequences of withdrawing from a college course?
Withdrawing from a college course after the course has begun may affect completion of graduation requirements and should be discussed with your high school counselor and parents or guardian. The cost paid for you by the state can also be recovered by the school or school board from you, your...
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document What resources are available to me if I am having difficulty with a class?
First, talk with your instructor. Your instructor may be able to offer the insight or help you need to be successful. Second, take advantage of the free tutoring that is offered in the Tutoring Centers. Information about Tutoring Services can be found at https://www.owens.edu/learning/. You may...
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document Does Owens have a college-wide attendance policy?
No. Each instructor establishes the attendance rules for his/her course. It is important for the students to be aware of the attendance rules for each course they are taking. Course attendance expectations are outlined on the course syllabus distributed at the first class meeting.
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document What happens if I fail a class?
If you fail a CCP Option B course, the high school may require that you pay back the cost of that course to them. The failure will likely also affect your high school GPA and could impact graduation from high school. In addition, failed college courses can negatively impact future financial aid...
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document Will the college send progress and attendance reports to the high school on a periodic basis for Option B students?
No.
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document Will Owens send final grades from courses taken to the high schools at the end of each term for Option B students?
Yes. Student pursuing Option A can request that a transcript be sent to their high school.
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document Can I take summer classes under the CCP program?
No. The program is limited to the academic year August through May. Students eligible for this program can earn college credits in the summer at their own expense.
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document Can I take evening classes?
Yes. Students may take day, evening, weekend, or online classes.
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document What are the limitations on the number of college courses that can be paid for at Owens under the CCP program?
CCP students are limited on the number of credits they can take. High school credits are called Carnegie Units. The state formula for calculating eligible credits for CCP is the following: take the number of credits the student is taking at high school times 3 and then subtract that number from...
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document What is the relationship between the high school Carnegie unit (credit) and a college credit hour?
According to state guidelines, if a class if 3 or more semester hours, it will be considered equivalent to 1 high school credit. A 1 credit hour course is equivalent to .33 of a high school credit. A 2 credit hour course is equivalent to .66 of a high school credit.
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document I am a home-schooled student. Can I participate in the CCP program?
For more information about the state guidelines regarding the CCP program and home schooled students, visit https://www.ohiohighered.org/ccp.
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document Can I take remedial or developmental courses under Option B?
No. CCP students may take only college level courses through the CCP program.
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document If a course is not in the Ohio Transfer Module, does that mean it will not transfer?
Not necessarily. The course may transfer into a particular major such as accounting, business, or education. You should speak with a representative from the college/university to which you plan to transfer to ask about transferability and applicability of Owens coursework for your desired program...
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document What courses should I take?
You should plan your course work carefully with your high school counselor. As a CCP student, you can pursue coursework that will fulfill high school graduation requirements and/or electives that will enrich your educational experience and/or satisfy a special interest. In addition, you may want...
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document Are the courses taken at Owens transferable?
Owens is fully accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools and is part of the University System of Ohio. Many Owens courses will transfer to other colleges and universities via state-wide transfer rules and/or individual articulation agreements with other...
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document Is there a difference between the courses held on the Owens Campus and Owens courses taught at the high school?
Besides the location, classes held at the high school may differ from those held at Owens in terms of calendar/schedule.
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document Where are the courses held?
Owens Community College courses are held on the Owens campuses/locations and at selected high schools. Some courses can also be taken online. Information regarding a specific course’s location can be found on the class schedule, available at https://www.owens.edu/class_search.php.
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