By 1812Blockhouse

The Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center (MOESC) is gearing up to host an influential event for students and families across the region. Scheduled for January 16th from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM, the Center at 890 W. 4th Street opens its doors for an annual initiative that could reshape many young lives: the College Credit Plus (CCP) and Financial Aid Night. This initiative is not just an event but a potential turning point for students in grades 6-11 who are mapping out their academic and career paths.

A Step Towards College Education

The highlight of the evening is the College Credit Plus program, a pathway for students to enroll in college classes while still in high school, at no cost. This program, presented by various area colleges and universities, offers an invaluable opportunity for students to gain college credits, experience higher education firsthand, and reduce the time and cost of college education after high school.

An essential part of the CCP program is the Accuplacer assessment. This event provides students with insights into this crucial step, guiding them on how to prepare for the assessment, which is a prerequisite for placement in college classes. Understanding and excelling in the Accuplacer opens doors to numerous opportunities in higher education.

Financial Aid Guidance

In parallel with the CCP information session, a dedicated financial aid meeting for seniors and their parents will take place. This session is critical, especially for families navigating the complexities of college financing for the first time. It includes guidance on starting the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) process, a crucial step in securing financial aid for college.

No Registration Required

Reflecting its commitment to accessibility and community engagement, Mid-Ohio ESC does not require registration for this event. This open-door policy ensures that all interested families can attend and benefit from the valuable information provided.

Mid-Ohio ESC: A Pillar of Educational Support

MOESC is a vital educational hub in the region, providing specialized academic and support services to 13 school districts and over 20,000 students in Crawford, Morrow, and Richland Counties. The services range from curriculum consultation to specialized education support, reflecting the center’s dedication to educational excellence and student success.

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