Zoom Office Hours
Now through August 13, if you are a CCP student and have questions, you can attend Open Zoom Office Hours from 10:30 am – 11:30 am. If you have any questions that need immediately answered, use the link below to video chat during the CCP Zoom Office Hours. Pop in and out as needed: https://zanestate.zoom.us/j/82087715647?pwd=bGVpc2VaMWgxYm5QalM1YVJyRGg5Zz09
Textbook Returns and Purchasing
Due to COVID-19 restrictions we are only allowed eleven people in the campus bookstore at one time. For your convenience, we are offering curb side pick-up to all CCP students. Please follow the steps to pick-up your books at curb side:
If you have any questions, please call 740.588.1333 or email email@example.com.
The COVID 19 Campus Updates and FAQ may be read here.
The College Credit Plus program at Zane State College allows you to earn college credit (even an associate degree!) while earning your high school diploma. The purpose of this program is to promote rigorous academic pursuits and to provide a wide variety of options to college-ready high-school students.
College Credit Plus is free, which means no cost for tuition, books or fees. CCP students who continue to attend ZSC after graduating high school are eligible to apply for exclusive book scholarships in addition to other scholarships they receive.
You can work toward an associate degree while still in high school. Students can choose between the “Pathways” programs designed for College Credit Plus students or another degree offering at ZSC. Many students graduate with an Associate Degree from Zane State College at the time they are graduating high school.
Earn general education credits that can be applied to a bachelor’s degree offered at another higher education institution. Specific general education courses fit the Ohio Transfer Module, and are guaranteed to transfer among Ohio’s public colleges and universities.
College readiness is determined by taking the writing and math placement test (Accuplacer). ACT/SAT scores may be used to substitute for one or more parts of the placement test.
Student Eligibility FL 2020: Students must have at least a 3.0 on their high school transcript or test at college level on the Accuplacer, ACT or ALEKS.