classroom central

Why Classroom Central?
Benefits for Students
1. Students receive college credit without leaving the high school campus while continuing to experience a nurturing, familiar environment. Graduates receive a high school diploma and have
a college transcript!

2. Students earn up to 24 college credit hours before leaving high school.

3. Dual credit courses are offered at a significantly lower tuition rate.

4. Academic skills are sharpened and an early awareness of college-level expectations is achieved.
Who is Eligible?
Eligible students must be approved and recommended by the participating high school principal or superintendent/headmaster and have a 3.0 gpa. Recommended students may take no more than 2 courses per semester or 12 credit hours per year. Grading is a standard scale of A, B, C, D, F, I (Incomplete), or W (Withdrawn).
What is the definition of credit hour?
Credit is expressed in terms of credit hours. One hour of credit is given for the successful completion of classroom work of at least fifty minutes two-five class periods per week for a semester or year, together with the necessary outside of class preparation.
How do I register?
Registration is completed when the CCCK application for enrollment with the course selection is submitted and the high school/academy receives payment. Enrollment in dual credit courses should be integrated with the high school's regular enrollment process for each year. The student will be informed by the high school of details regarding course scheduling and location.
What is the tuition?
Dual credit tuition is significantly less than standard rates. Payment methods are communicated through each participating high school. Any tuition paid through the dual credit program will be credited back to the student should he or she enroll as a full-time freshman at CCCK upon high school graduation.
Who will be my instructor?
Instructors for dual credit courses will be high school teachers. They must have the same academic credentials and qualifications for teaching as required by CCC for adjunct instructor status. A minimum of a master's degree is required, unless the academic vice president approves other qualifications.
How is course content determined?
Dual credit courses offered in high schools will follow CCCK departmental guidelines and regulations. Course content, requirements, and standards of evaluation shall be the same as those utilized for on-campus courses.
How many courses can I take?
Students in the dual credit program are limited to no more than two courses per semester, or a maximum of 4 courses or 12 credit hours per academic year.
Can I drop a course if needed?
To drop a course, students must notify the coordinator at the high school of their intent. A grade of "W" will be recorded on the student's transcript. Tuition will be refunded based on the following: Courses dropped between day one through day eight of the semester receive a portion of the tuition refunded. After the 11th day of the semester, no refund is offered.
Will my credits transfer?
Central Christian College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. As such, most credits earned through the college should transfer to other similarly accredited schools. However, it is in the interest of the student to consult the registrar's office or catalog of the college or university in which they plan to enroll concerning policies of acceptance of college credits.
How do I request a transcript?
Upon receipt of a signed, transcript request from a student and the appropriate fee(s), a transcript of credits will be issued by the registrar. A transcript fee of $5.00 is charged for each transcript, official or unofficial. If time is a factor, transcript requests may be faxed along with a credit card number. An additional credit card processing fee of $5.00 per transaction will be charged.