The Ohio State Academy Program is an opportunity for high school students to enroll in Ohio State classes through College Credit Plus. This program is a partnership between Ohio State, the high school, the student, and his or her parents.
Students who wish to participate in the Academy program at Ohio State ATI should first meet with the high school counselor or principal to discuss the opportunities and risks offered by the College Credit Plus Program.
To be considered for admission to the Academy Program at Ohio State ATI, students must submit the following materials by the deadline (see "Application Deadlines"):
The Ohio State Academy program has a selective admission process in which students are considered for admission based on their academic performance. Students applying for admission to the Academy program should meet the following criteria (depending on campus):
Following a special orientation program, students admitted to the Academy at Ohio State ATI may be eligible to take general education courses and/or core courses in the curriculum of any Ohio State ATI major or certificate program. Online and distance education options are also available.
It is important for families to discuss if College Credit Plus is the right option. Students in the Ohio State Academy program will be taking "real" college classes on campus and in classrooms with older students. Faculty will have the same expectations for academic performance as they do of any Ohio State student.