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“non-allowable” by the Ohio Department of Higher Education.The University cannot guarantee the availability of all courses a studentmay wish to take. Therefore, students are advised to work closely with theirschool counselor in planning CC+ enrollment to ensure that graduationrequirements will be met.Accessibility ServicesIf a student has a disability and would like to request accommodations, thestudent should contact the Student Accessibility Services office on thecampus he or she wishes to attend. To be eligible for an accommodation,a student will need to complete an application for accommodation and willtypically be required to submit documentation of his or her disability. Ifeligible, accommodations will be determined at an individual intake meetingwith an Accessibility Coordinator.Degree-Seeking Student StatusAdmission to CC+ does not guarantee any subsequent admission to any OhioUniversity campus as a degree-seeking student. Under CC+, applicantsare admitted as nondegree students. Students wishing to attend OhioUniversity beyond high school graduation and/or earn an Ohio Universitydegree must complete the freshman application, pay any requiredapplication processing fees, submit required credentials, and meetdeadlines.RelocationRegional campus CC+ students must be eligible to relocate to Athens inorder to enroll in Athens campus coursework.College-Level CreditCC+ students will receive full credit toward Ohio University graduationfor all courses taken with passing grades while enrolled in the program;however, students may not earn a degree until they have been admittedas a degree-seeking student. Credit earned may be transferred to otherpostsecondary institutions at the discretion of those institutions.Academic Calendar and AttendanceOhio University’s academic calendar may not correspond directly withthat of local school districts. As a result, starting and ending dates maynot coincide with that of the student’s school district and in cases ofdiscrepancy, Ohio University’s calendar will prevail.Ohio University’s campuses are often open and classes held on days inwhich secondary schools are closed due to inclement weather, holidaysor other planned closures such as fall or spring breaks. The responsibilityof monitoring student attendance will rest primarily with the local schooldistrict of the enrolled student. The University does not assume the schooldistrict’s responsibility.In general, CC+ students will be treated like all other Ohio Universitystudents with regard to attendance. It is assumed that all studentsparticipating in CC+ are capable of handling such responsibility.Parking RegulationsAthens campus CC+ participants (A and B) are required to obtain a parkingpermit from Parking Services prior to parking on campus for classes.

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