WVU Tech Early Enrollment

by | Jan 11, 2016 | College, High School, News

Spring Semester registration is still open at WVU Tech for early enrollment (formerly “dual credit”).  These courses are designed to give high school students a head start on their college experience.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

These classes are for junior and senior high school students in West Virginia with a GPA of at least a 3.0. They’re the same courses offered to students on campus, they’re academically challenging, and they offer high school students a preview of the kinds of courses they can expect to take in college.

Participation in the early enrollment program at WVU Tech offers some other great benefits, too. The courses are very affordable ($25 per credit hour) and taking college courses while in high school can help you save time and money when you go to college.

These courses are offered online. Be sure to check out available courses to see which classes might interest you.

Want to know more? Ready to apply now?   Check out the WV Institute of Technology Early Enrollment Program.

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