Get the Most from Your High School Years

Imagine starting college with a full semester of general education courses completed. Dream even bigger: imagine graduating from high school with your associate degree. By taking College Credit Plus courses now, you can earn any amount of college credits--taking one course, taking two full years' worth of courses, or selecting an option in-between.

High school students save thousands of dollars while earning college credit through Ohio’s College Credit Plus (CCP) program. Even better, you can choose the option that is right for you. Whether you are ready to take full advantage of the savings or want to try a small amount of college level work, we have the solution.

At Zane State College, you can participate in:

  • On-campus CCP that offers classes at Zane State College.
  • The Exclusive Pathways to Engineering on-campus CCP program. For details, click here.
  • College classes that are offered in your high school.

Information Night - Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Forge a new path to a brighter future in these selective programs where you earn a high school diploma and a college degree at the same time.  Learn more at Zane State College’s Pathways Information night on WEDNESDAY, December 14, 2016 | 6 - 7:30 p.m.| Zanesville campus | The Campus Center Room 430.  RSVP by December 12 to or 740.588.1217.

  • Take advantage of FREE college classes—a savings of nearly $15K
  • Earn an engineering technology or business degree and a high school diploma during the last two years of high school
  • Keep your normal high school hours
  • Connect with top students from southeast Ohio in this  selective program
  • Partnership with Mid-East (Engineering only)

Student Eligibility and Application

All CCP applicants start by taking the reading, writing, and math placement test to determine college readiness. ACT/SAT scores may be used to substitute for one or more parts of the placement test.

Save now and save more later.

CCP students who attend ZSC after high school are eligible to apply for exclusive book scholarships in addition to other scholarships they receive. 

Does it work?

Hear it straight from ZSC alumni Alana


Talk to your high school counselor, or call 740.588.1256.