New home school and nonpublic school students and their parents should follow the steps below to get started at Lakeland in the CCP program.
- Attend a high school CCP information session.
- Create an OH | ID account – Due April 1
- Complete and submit the CCP Funding Application – Due April 1
- You will receive your Funding Letter by May 6. Make sure to email a copy of it to CCPinfo@lakelandcc.edu.
- Complete a CCP application with Lakeland Community College.
- Complete this permission slip with a parent signature and email to CCPinfo@lakelandcc.edu.
- Submit a high school transcript or middle school grade report.
- Determine eligibility and placement.
- Submit qualifying ACT or SAT scores or take the Next-Generate ACCUPLACER Writing test at Lakeland, and test into college-level English.
- Students entering grades 10, 11 or 12 with an unweighted, cumulative high school GPA of 3.0 or above will be admitted into the CCP program. For more information, read the math and English placement summary
- If you will be taking the ACCUPLACER test*, review the free resources available on our test preparation website.
- Schedule your ACCUPLACER test.
- Once accepted, complete the CCP orientation online. Information on how to access the CCP orientation will be emailed to your after you receive your acceptance confirmation. For questions about orientation, please contact the new student orientation coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 440.525.7349.
- Schedule an appointment to meet with a Lakeland counselor to select classes and register.
*To participate in math courses through CCP, students must have successfully completed Algebra 2 and place into college-level math.
Home school and Nonpublic school students must apply for CCP funding each academic year.
Students with accommodations should contact the Student Accommodation Center for more information.
Please refer to our resources for students, parents and counselor's webpage for more information regarding textbooks.
The subject matter of a course enrolled in under the college credit plus program may include mature subject matter or materials, including those of a graphic, explicit, violent or sexual nature that will not be modified based upon college credit plus enrollee participation regardless of where course instruction occurs."