Honoring Students who have Completed an Associate’s Degree Before High School
Sinclair Community College will be hosting a graduation ceremony for students from the College Credit Plus (CCP) program, who have completed an Associate’s degree before graduating from high school. Sinclair’s CCP program has seen record enrollment numbers with more than 6,700 students currently enrolled in the program this academic year. CCP is available to students in the 7th-12th grade who are college ready, with the goal of helping students and families save time and money towards earning college credentials. CCP is a critical program that helps the Dayton region and Ohio to reach the 65% college credential attainment goal.
“While the CCP population here at Sinclair is large, there are a small group of very high achieving students every year that earn Associate’s degrees,” said Melissa Tolle, Chief School Partnerships Officer. “This is not a small victory, and we want to make sure we honor all of the hard work of these incredible students.”
When: Tuesday, April 16, 2019 6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Where: Sinclair College, Building 12 – Charity Early Room -172
Sinclair’s CCP Program has over 135 high-school partners across 19 counties in Ohio, with over 6,700 students currently enrolled in the program. Miami Valley families save nearly $6 million a year in future tuition and textbook costs by participating in the CCP program.
Sinclair is recognized as a local and national leader in delivering high quality and affordable higher education. One of the oldest and best-known community colleges in the nation, Sinclair was founded in 1887 by David A. Sinclair and is a board member of the prestigious League for Innovation in the Community College. Sinclair offers nearly 253 accredited degrees and certificates.
For more information, contact Deena John at 937-272-8208 or email@example.com