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OHIO University College Program for the Incarcerated (CIP)

Ken Armstrong, Director of Independent Study

740-593-2910
independent.study@ohio.edu
Haning Hall 222
Ohio University
Athens, OH 45701
800-444-2420
800-444-2910
http://www.ohio.edu/ecampus/future/cpi.htm

Population Served: People who are incarcerated

Program Description: Since 1974, the College Program for the Incarcerated (CPI) has provided incarcerated men and women with courses and degree opportunities to further their educational goals. Ohio University seeks to meet the diverse needs of incarcerated distance learners. Through CPI, both associates and bachelor’s degrees are available. Each student is assigned an academic advisor to assist in successfully planning a degree program.

Although CPI cannot offer financial aid to incarcerated students, or the option of partial payments, a significant discount through the Comprehensive Fee Plan is offered. Some students may qualify for VA benefits. Ohio University is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The College Program for the Incarcerated is administered by the Office of Independent Study.

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