College Credit Plus: What's Happening?
The College Credit Plus Program at UC Blue Ash College offers students from 7th to 12th grade the option to experience education at a higher level and prepare themselves for the next steps in their educational journey. But you don't have to take it from us; hear about College Credit Plus from students who have already found success within the program.
Number of Applicants 2018-2019
- 310 students applied
- 136 students accepted
- 63 returning students
Most Popular Classes for UCBA CCP students
- English 1001
- Psychology 1001
- Sociology 1001
- Chemistry 1040
- Political Science 1010
- Spanish and ASL (most popular foreign languages)
UCBA CCP Graduating Seniors Confirmed for UC Fall 2019
- 63 total
- 11 UC Blue Ash
- 52 UC Uptown
CCP Campus Engagement
Our CCP students are active and engaged on campus, with participation in the Kindness Campaign, Yoga on the Green, Sister CIrcle and the LBGTQ Alliance.
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The opportunity to be a part of a secondary education institution at a younger age has been extremely rewarding. Not only was I able to solidify my decision to continue my education at the University of Cincinnati, but I’ve gotten the chance to complete many credits in benefit of my future as a matriculated university student.
Henry Green, CCP Student
College Credit Plus Success Story
Blessing Fanegan, a particpant in the UC Blue Ash College Credit Plus program, recently won 2nd prize in the University of Cincinnati's 22nd Annual Compositon Writing Contest. The contest is an annual celebration of the best student writing in English composition courses across all colleges at the University of Cincinnati. Students were encouraged to submit their best work from Intermediate Composition, English Composition or Introduction to Composition.
Blessing submitted her work, titled "A Literature Review of Common Risk Factors Between Eating Disorders," in the Intermediate Compositon category. Her award was presented to her by Brenda Refaei, an Associate Professor of English at UC Blue Ash College.
CCP Program Director