Did you know that high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors can get a jump start on college
by taking Southeastern University classes through SEU Ohio?
Early SEU Ohio is an opportunity for public, non-public, and homeschool students to earn college credit while also completing their high school requirements. Classes are available in-person and online. Early SEU through SEU Ohio accepts Ohio College Credit Plus (CCP) funding. Students who begin taking Early SEU classes in their sophomore year could earn an Associate degree by the time they graduate from high school.
For approved Ohio students, tuition for eligible courses is covered by Ohio CCP.
Before you apply for CCP funding, apply for Early SEU at SEU Ohio. See Early SEU Dual Enrollment steps below to get started.
To receive Ohio CCP funding, homeschool and private school families must apply for funding from the state of Ohio annually on or before April 1st for the upcoming academic year. Click here for Ohio CCP information or speak with your high school guidance counselor.
Southeastern University’s Ohio CCP IRN number is 019363. Contact Mary Harmison for a letter confirming Early SEU admission.
Families who do not have CCP funding can pay for Early SEU courses out-of-pocket, and Southeastern University generously discounts the Early SEU Ohio tuition rate to $50/credit hour.
Step 1: Apply for Early SEU at SEU Ohio. Use the instructions below to access and complete the application.
Step 2: Meet with an SEU Ohio academic adviser to select classes. Contact: Mary Harmison (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Step 3: Complete the class registration process online and the Ohio CCP mature content form.
Step 4: Order your books and begin your classes.