Course Description  

This course focuses on students developing an understanding of the concept of life calling and the discovery of one’s God-given design as a basis for this calling. Students are led to understand how work and individual leadership is best understood from this life calling perspective. Students will evaluate their foundational values, unique design and personal mission as well as examine each component in an in-depth, integrated portfolio.

Credit Hours: 3
Number of Weeks: 15
Cost per student: $125
   (Note: This course is NOT covered under Ohio’s College Credit Plus program.)

Dual Enrollment Process

The High School must contact Beth Ash ( and inquire with her regarding their intent to provide the LFC1500 Life Calling course.  The school should have identified a qualified instructor for the course.

  • ALL students must complete and submit the Ron Blue application before the course begins.
  • Students must submit the registration form before beginning the course.
  • Make checks out to Ohio Christian University.
  • Counselors- Please send checks and a finalized list of the students participating in the course to:

Attention: Beth Ash
Ohio Christian University Trailblazer Academy
1476 Lancaster Pike
Circleville, OH 43113

  • Submit final grades to Beth Ash ( by the grades submission deadline at the end of the semester.

Application and Registration Deadlines:

Fall 2024: September 20, 2024
Spring 2024: January 17, 2024

Grade Submission Deadlines:

Spring 2024: May 17, 2024
Fall 2024: December 20, 2024
Spring 2025: May 16, 2025

Ron Blue Faculty:

  1. Please contact Beth Ash ( to initiate your involvement as a Ron Blue Faculty member.
  2. High School faculty, if they have not already done so, must apply to OCU for qualification as an instructor.  It is assumed that the high school teacher has already gone through the Ron Blue training for this course.  Faculty must hold an earned master’s degree from a regionally accredited institution.
  3. Teachers must send final grades to Beth Ash via e-mail within two weeks of the end of the high school’s Fall semester.  Without this final grade submission, no OCU college credit can be awarded.
  4. All students who earn a passing grade and have paid their fees are awarded 3 college credits in LCF 1500 from OCU.