The Early College Program is an excellent opportunity for academically advanced high school students to start their college degree and earn college credit during their high school years.
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A variety of courses in the sciences, humanities, languages, philosophy, business and engineering are eligible. Any course a student can handle is open to Early College Program students. Admissions Counselors help guide students in choosing the right courses.
Eligible high school students may take classes during any of Geneva's regular course times—day school, evening school and summer school—as long as the student’s high school administration approves.
Yes, full college credit is granted. Students are in courses with traditional college-age students and are graded by the same standards. These credits are acquired and accepted at Geneva, an accredited institution of higher education, and are transferable.
While enrolled in the Early College Program, students receive a scholarship equal to 50% of the current tuition.
Students are limited to a maximum of nine credits per semester, with a maximum of 15 total credits while enrolled in the Early College Program. Credits taken beyond these set limits are charged at full tuition rates.
For the second year in a row, Geneva’s ABET-accredited engineering program placed in U.S. News & World Report’s Top 100 Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs in the nation.