Rhodes State College News

November 05, 2015
Rhodes State College Hosts Summit for College Credit Plus Program with Local High School Administrators

Lima, OH, November 5, 2015 – Rhodes State College is hosting a summit for high school superintendents, guidance counselors, treasurers and principals to discuss the state’s new dual enrollment program, College Credit Plus. The event will be Friday, November 6, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.in the Keese Hall Multipurpose Center on the Rhodes State campus. More than 100 representatives from 42 local high schools will be in attendance.

College Credit Plus was developed to create a seamless and equitable pathway for qualified high school students to earn college credit at no cost to them while in high school. College Credit Plus replaces the Post Secondary Enrollment Options (PSEOP) program. The credits appear on both their high school and college transcripts. Rhodes State College currently serves 1,985 dual enrollment students, representing13 counties.

Dr. Debra McCurdy, president of Rhodes State College, said, “Our commitment to the College Credit Plus program and the high schools has taken root and produced a strong partnership. This meeting will continue to foster that strong collaboration in support of our mission to build futures and improve communities through life-long learning.”

For more information contact Lisa Goldstone, Director Marketing & College Relations at at goldstone.l@RhodesState.edu or call 567-242-5975.

 

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