Frequently Asked Questions
The State of Ohio limits funding of CCP courses to 30 credit hours per calendar year. Any hours over the 15 hours/semester will be charged to the student at the Family Pay rate, which can be found here.
- Each college credit hour earned counts as one CCP credit
- Each high school credit you earn subtracts 3 CCP credits from your total allotment of 30 CCP credits annually.
We know this may be confusing, so here is an example to help:
30 Total CCP Credits Allotment
– 3 High School Class 1
24 Remaining CCP Credits that can be used at a college
The CCP program only covers students who are Ohio residents. Homeschool and private school students are eligible for limited funding. The state has not yet disclosed how much money will be allotted for these students but has indicated that every qualified student should receive at least one class free of charge. This is not a guarantee, but it certainly makes it worth your time to apply and request funding.
The process is as follows:
Fill out MVNU’s CCP application
Once CCP funding runs out, students and families can choose to participate in our Family Pay program at a greatly discounted cost of 1/4 of our regular tuition. In addition, we offer a variety of Summer Learn classes at our Family Pay Rate that you can choose to take advantage of as well.
Currently, we have select course offerings in a few private high schools, and hope to expand those opportunities for the 2018–2019 school year. If your school would like to discuss these possibilities with us, please have them contact us at email@example.com.