Pioneer Early Entrance Program
High School students have the opportunity to take college classes while still in high school.
Outstanding high school juniors and seniors may be admitted as "high school early admissions students" either for the regular academic year or summer session. Students may qualify with a high school grade point average of 3.0 or better, as certified by the designated high school official.
This fall semester, Off Campus Programming is serving the needs of 185 high school students who are taking college classes as Early Entrance Students. There are 24 classes being offered in Calhoun, Gilmer, Braxton, and Nicholas County high schools, as well as at Liberty High School in Raleigh County. During the spring semesters, additional courses are offered in Ritchie and Roane counties.
For information concerning Dual Enrollment, or for information on courses offered at locations other than the main campus, please contact:
Coordinator of Off-Campus Programs
Louis Bennett Hall