CCP Cost Structure for School Districts

(This has been updated and can be found on page 11 of the Memorandum of Understanding. The 2021-2022 cost structure can be found on page 15 for reference.)

Zane State College has identified tuition and fees related to the delivery of the courses as prescribed in the College Credit Plus legislation and rules. All courses are subject to cancelation if they are low enrolled.  The College will continue with four funding models for academic year 2022-2023:

1) High School Delivery:
For courses at the high school, taught by credentialed high school teachers, the projected cost will be $41.64 (we will use the current state-determined floor rate) per credit hour for academic year 2022-2023. All required textbooks and materials for courses must be provided by the school district to the students.

2) High School Delivery:

For courses at the high school, taught by a Zane State College instructor, the projected cost will be $83.28 per credit hour for academic year 2022-2023. All required textbooks and materials for courses must be provided by the school district to the students.

3) College Campus and On-line Single Student Delivery:
For courses that meet on the College campus, the projected cost will be $166.55 per credit hour for academic year 2022-2023. All required textbooks and materials for courses will be provided by Zane State College to the registered students. UPDATED 2021

4) Facilitator Model with Open Education Resources:
For courses in which a student enrolls in Facilitator model online courses with OERs, the projected cost will be $100 per credit hour for academic year 2022-2023. All required textbooks and materials for courses are available online at no cost. UPDATED 2021

5) Facilitator Model with textbooks or Access Codes:

For courses in which a student enrolls in Facilitator model online courses, the projected cost will be $125.00 per credit hour for academic year 2022-2023. Zane State College provide books/access codes. Science classes will be charged $125 per credit for the lecture hours and $41.64 per credit for the lab hour (which is delivered by the facilitator). The high school is responsible for lab supplies listed on the course addenda. UPDATED 2021

Facilitator class delivery requires a specific class period during the school day which must be set aside for the on-line class during which students will meet and work on course objectives. School Districts must provide a teacher or tutor who will serve as a facilitator for the course during the class period when students will meet as a cohort at their high schools.

 

UPDATED 2021