Academic Advising for CCP at UC Blue Ash College

Cindy Jones working with a CCP student

The College Credit Plus Program at UC Blue Ash College offers advising sessions to current and newly accepted CCP students. Schedule an appointment today. 

What are the benefits and risks associated with CCP?

  • Benefits
    • Students earn transcripted college credits based off cumulative grades in class.
    • Students have a chance to explore various fields of study.
    • Taking courses now may eliminate repeating coursework in college.
    • May lower the overall cost of college or shorten the time to complete your degree.
  • Risks
    • Grades will be on the student’s college record (official UC transcript), and will affect college GPA.
    • There may be financial repercussions if you do not complete the course successfully.
    • The student’s high school calendar may not align with the college calendar.
    • May negatively impact the student’s college career if unsuccessful in courses.

Schedule an appointment with a CCP academic advisor

Please note: Advising appointments are for current UC CCP students only!

Cindy Jones
CCP Program Director
cindy.jones@uc.edu
513-936-1554

Current CCP students can use the Starfish appointment tool in canopy to schedule an advising appointment. The video below provides detailed instructions on how to usee the scheduling system, or you can download the PDF instuctions directly.


Find out if CCP is right for you

To determine whether the College Credit Plus program is right for you, we have compiled a program overview sheet, including a list of benefits and risks and tips on how to be successful in the program. You'll also find a required authorization form that you can use as part of your application.


How to search for courses

  • Go to the One Stop website.
  • Under the Term tab select the most recent semester (i.e. "Spring Semester 2018").
  • On-Campus Courses: 

    • Under the Offering College tab select Blue Ash.
    • Under the Campus tab (the lower drop-down menu of the two) select Blue Ash College.
  • Online Courses

    • Under the Offering College tab select Blue Ash.
    • Under the Campus tab (the lower drop-down menu of the two) select Web - Online. Online courses available through UC Blue Ash will be noted in the course description.

How CCP college credits transfer to UC

Incoming UC Students with Credits through UC CCP (Uptown, Blue Ash, Clermont)

Incoming UC Students who took CCP through UC Uptown, Blue Ash, or Clermont should already have their courses, grades, and credits posted to their account. Students may visit OneStop and use their 6+2 Central Logon Username and Password to view their unofficial grade report to confirm credits. For username or password assistance, please contact UCIT Helpdesk at (513)556-4357.

Incoming UC Students with Credits from Another College or University

Incoming UC Students who have taken College Credit Plus, PSEO, or Dual Enrollment courses at another institution will need to request an official transcript sent from the institution to UC's Undergraduate Admissions Office. The process between ordering a transcript and having credits posted to a student's account may take up to several weeks. 

  • Please send any electronic transcripts to transfer@uc.edu for faster processing. Paper transcripts may be sent to Undergraduate Admissions.
  • To view your credit evaluation, please log into the self-service center in Catalyst to view your credit evaluation report. 
  • To inquire about the status of your CCP transcripts or for questions pertaining to credit evaluation processes, please contact Undergraduate Admissions at (513)556-1100 and ask to speak with the Credit Evaluation Team. 
  • To discuss credit applicability, please contact your assigned academic advisor.

How to request your UC college transcript

If you are looking to apply as an undergrad to various colleges and universities, you will need to have an official copy of your UC college transcript sent to the college/university you are applying to. Please note, if you are applying to the University of Cincinnati, a formal request of official college transcripts from UC is not required.

An official transcript is a copy of a student’s entire academic record from the University of Cincinnati, bearing the official University seal and stamp. Only official transcripts may be released to a student or sent to a third party. In recognition of the confidentiality of student records, an official transcript of that record will be released only at the request of the student, except under due process of the law.  Only written and signed or online requests can be accepted.  Requests will not be accepted by telephone, email, or fax; and currently electronic transcripts are not offered.


Contact Information

CCP Program Director
Cindy Jones
cindy.jones@uc.edu
513-936-1554