Taking Classes at College Campus

  • Taught by college faculty.
  • May attend class at the main campus or any satellite location.
  • If necessary, the student may take evening, weekend, or online classes.
  • Must attend an informational meeting. Date to be determined
  • Should contact their high school guidance counselor for a complete list of your high school’s course offerings and more information.

Steps for Student Admission
Students Taking Classes at College Campus Summer/Fall 2016

  1. Speak with your high school guidance counselor to discuss which College Credit Plus option and course selection would be best for you.
  2. Complete the Stark State College application.
  3. The high school guidance counselor will submit your high school transcript (transcript must include your statewide student identification number), ACT or COMPASS scores, and course selections to Stark State College. If you have not completed ACT or COMPASS, move on to step four.
  4. Non-public and homeschool students must bring documentation verifying amount of credits awarded.
  5. Complete the ACT or COMPASS test for college readiness. (check with your guidance counselor for COMPASS test procedure).
    • COMPASS measures your skill level in three basic areas – Math, English, and Reading.
    • All Stark State College students must take the COMPASS or ACT.
    • Scores help to determine whether or not a student needs to be put into a developmental course.
  6. If step three is complete, you are ready to register for classes. Students must meet with Sarah Fiddler to schedule summer courses at the college by April 1, 2016 and May 1, 2016 for fall courses at the College.
    Note: Students must meet the course pre-requisites; check the Stark State College website or check with your guidance counselor.