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College Credit Plus

Enrollment Checklist for College Credit Plus

1. Review information to learn about the benefits, risks, and program requirements for College Credit Plus (CCP).

  • Every January & February information nights are offered at Belmont College and high schools.
  • The school guidance counselor’s office should be notified of your interest in participating in the CCP program by March 30. 


2. Check with the CCP Advisor for program requirements, guidelines, and important deadlines.


3. Complete the free online Application for Admission to Belmont College.


4. Take a Placement Test or submit recent ACT and SAT scores to Belmont.

  • Belmont College requires placement testing for any student new to college which helps place students into courses appropriate for their academic skill level.
  • Belmont College offers the Accuplacer and accepts recent ACT and SAT scores.
  • We strongly recommend using practice websites our Sample Test and Study Guide. Call 740.699.3812 to make an appointment with the CCP Advisor before testing.
  • A photo ID is required for testing.


 5. Bring your official current school transcript to our main campus to visit with the CCP Advisor.

  • Call 740.699.3812 to make an appointment.
  • Official transcript copies must arrive in a sealed and unopened envelop, sent electronically, or faxed from your high school.


 6. The CCP Advisor will then determine program eligibility and will provide each student with the appropriate paperwork including an application for College Credit Plus. 


7. Review the CCP application form with your guidance counselor.  Discuss the courses you want to take. The student, parent, and guidance counselor will need to sign the form.


8. Obtain all signatures and schedule an appointment with a CCP Academic Advisor.


 9. Bring the completed CCP application form with you to your appointment with the CCP Advisor who will then register you for CCP approved courses.


10. Attend a ‘First-Year Experience’ New Student Orientation designed specifically for high school students.


11. Attend your classes!