Ohio Wesleyan University offers Concurrent Enrollment opportunities to qualified high school juniors and seniors. In this program, students are able to enroll in a regular college course(s) on our campus and use such coursework for college credit.
Benefits of CCP at OWU
- All classes are small and taught only by professors (no graduate assistants)
- Many subjects and classes are available that may not be offered in a traditional high school setting, including but not limited to: Japanese, Chinese, business courses, and courses related to international/ global studies
- Parking that is close to academic buildings
- Earn credit from a nationally ranked liberal arts university
- Out-of-pocket expense for students is $50 per credit hour. School Districts in Ohio are required to pay all additional course expenses and the price of textbooks
- At least a 3.0 GPA (on a 4.0 scale) in high school
- Only high school juniors and seniors are eligible to participate
- Recommendation from student's high school counselor or principal
- Complete all requirements and deadlines applicable to college students enrolled in the courses
Concurrent Enrollment students are not:
- Eligible for Ohio Wesleyan-administered financial aid
- Permitted to live in campus residential housing
- Allowed to participate in intercollegiate athletics, intramural sports, or University and Greek organizations
Applications for Concurrent Enrollment are available below or from the Ohio Wesleyan University Office of Admission.
- Fall semester - June 15
- Spring semester - December 1
Students accepted will be given the opportunity to register for courses, subject to available spaces, after regular students have completed registration, usually mid-August for Fall semester and mid-November for Spring. Summer session courses are not available.
Ohio Wesleyan University reserves the right to limit the number of students accepted for Concurrent Enrollment, and such acceptance does not constitute nor later guarantee admission to Ohio Wesleyan as a degree candidate. The student must pay the course fee no later than the first day of the semester and will be responsible for the payment of all textbooks, materials and fees associated with the course.