Dual Enrollment

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The College in High School program (formerly Dual Enrollment) at Mount Aloysius College allows students in high school to take college-level courses taught directly from their high school teachers. Students can earn credits through Mount Aloysius and their high school at the same time. Mount Aloysius partners with 77 different high schools for this program including Uniontown Area High School. Credits earned through this program can be applied to a Mount Aloysius degree or may be transferable to other colleges and universities. Once you’ve been approved by your school counselor to take College in High School credits, you can register for the Mount Aloysius College in High School program. Cost per credit is $67.

Link for more information: https://www.mtaloy.edu/dual-enrollment/


Penn State Fayette offers an exciting opportunity for high school students to take college courses at a 50 percent tuition discount. Qualified junior and senior students can prepare for the future by earning college credits, experiencing the workload of a college class(es) and becoming acquainted with a college campus. Credits earned can be applied to a Penn State degree and are part of one transcript, recognized by all Penn State campuses. Credits earned may also be considered for transfer to another institution in the same way as other Penn State credits.

Link for more information: https://fayette.psu.edu/admission/become-a-pennstater/dualenrollment


The journey to a bachelor’s degree begins in high school for many Mountaineers. You can enroll in WVU courses online or on campus.

Link for more information: https://www.access.wvu.edu/


Dual Enrollment provides you the opportunity to take college courses while still in high school. The college credits may count towards high school credits and will be posted on your university academic transcript. Dual Enrollment is available Fall, Spring, Summer sessions and are taught by qualified university faculty.

Classes are taught 100% online through Penn West Global Online or on campus.

Link for more information: https://www.pennwest.edu/admissions/dual-enrollment