If you're a student who wants to earn college credit while still in high school, check out all the possibilities at Edinboro University.
As a high school junior or senior, you have the opportunity to take up to 11 credits per semester through Edinboro University at a significantly reduced cost. Please complete the Non-Degree Seeking Student Application and obtain permission from your high school.
The Dual Enrollment/Early Advantage program is made possible through the Regional Choice Initiative, a program coordinated by the Northwest Tri-County Intermediate Unit in cooperation with high schools in Erie and Crawford counties.
As a high school student, you may be recommended for participation in the program, or you can initiate the process by speaking with your school’s guidance counselor. Most high school students choose to enroll in one or two general education courses each semester of their junior and senior year, accelerating their education and helping to prepare them for the future.
View a full list of courses that are offered during the semester. Below are a few examples of courses that have been taken in the past by Dual Enrolled/Early Advantage students:
- PSYCH 101 – General Psychology
- GEOG 101 – World Geography
- HIST 101 – World Civilizations
- SOC 100 – Principles of Sociology
Edinboro has partnered with certain secondary schools and career centers to award college credit for SOAR-approved programs at the secondary level.