Guest Student Admission

College Credit Plus Program

Baldwin Wallace University is not offering college courses this year to middle and high school students under the College Credit Plus (CCP) program. As an institution, we are committed to and pride ourselves on offering programs focused on student-centered excellence. We want to ensure that we offer structured, comprehensive programs that best serve students in and around our community and, at this time, we are unable to do so under the CCP program.

If you are a high school student currently taking college credit under CCP/dual enrollment at another regionally accredited college or university, and choose to enroll at Baldwin Wallace once you graduate from high school, BW will award college credit for many of your completed courses (C or better). BW's online transfer guide shows how courses transfer from more than 90 area colleges and universities. Students also transfer credits from many other accredited schools not included in the online transfer guide.

CCP students enroll at Baldwin Wallace University as first-year students who have earned college credit. College credits earned through CCP may qualify students to be first-year students with a sophomore or even junior class standing. Regardless of the level entering students qualify for, students with CCP credit will still be considered first-year students. The first-year experience course (FYE-100) is required of all entering first-year students, including those first-year students who complete college credit as part of their high school curriculum (i.e., CCP/dual enrollment prior to high school graduation).

Scholarship eligibility for students with CCP/dual enrollment credit is determined as a first-year student.

If you are planning to enroll at BW, please request an official college transcript be mailed to the  Admission Office at the end of your last semester. A review of your transcript(s) will be completed by the Registration and Records Office to determine transfer credits.

If you have questions regarding the above information, please contact Joyce Cendroski, director of first-year recruitment, at (440) 826-8004.