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  • Students must submit the CCP application for admission the first year.  The following academic years the School Consent form must be updated and submitted.
  • Some courses at Terra State Community College address subject matter that requires adult levels of maturity. College Credit Plus students are college students and must complete all required coursework as well as adhere to course requirements - such as attendance, meeting deadlines, and professional behavior in class.
  • It is the responsibility of the student to schedule his/her classes each semester at the College through the College Credit Plus Advisor.
  • Academic information cannot be released or discussed with parents or guardians without the written consent of the student.
  • Students are expected to be in classes when the College is holding classes, regardless of the student's high school schedule.
  • Students are required to maintain a college cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0. Students who do not meet this requirement may be placed on probation for one semester and dismissed from the program after two consecutive semesters of a cumulative grade point average of less than 2.0. If a student is dismissed from the program, they may petition for re-admission after sitting out for one semester.
  • Students who drop after the no-default drop out date or earn an "F" in a college course may be required to pay for classes, books, and associated fees for course. This determination will be made by the high school.
  • Students who receive a grade of "I" (incomplete) have until the sixth week of the following semester to complete the coursework. 
  • Students are responsible for and expected to regularly communicate any issues, problems, or concerns with their Terra State CCP Advisor.