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Worcester State University offers college-level courses to Worcester public high school students through the Commonwealth Dual Enrollment program. This opportunity will sharpen academic skills and give you the chance to experience college life. Classes are offered through the spring semester, January 16 through May 8, 2018 (no classes during WSU's Spring Break: March 19-24). There is no cost to you—tuition, books, and fees are included.
Benefits to the program
How to Enroll
High school juniors and seniors interested in taking a course must have a minimum 3.0 high school GPA and submit the online application form and online teacher/counselor recommendation form. Students below a 3.0 GPA can still apply; however, a phone interview may be required.
Applications and recommendations are due by December 22, 2017. Space is limited, and we suggest applying as early as possible. Apply today!
A mandatory orientation meeting will be held in January. Orientation details will be emailed after an official acceptance has been made.
Tuesdays 3:30 - 6:30 p.m.*Professor: Dr. Hansun ToThe course is designed to improve the level of quantitative awareness of students using familiar situations that provide a sense of purpose for studying mathematics. The objective is to help them feel as comfortable as possible with an environment that increasingly makes use of quantitative reasoning. Topics convey the flavor of mathematics: financial management, probability theory, voting methods, and other topics selected to improve the quantitative literacy of students.
*Accuplacer exam required for math course. Details to follow once accepted to the program.
Tuesdays 3:30 - 6:30 p.m.*Professor: Stephanie TerrillIn English 101, students learn to address audience and purpose as they develop an effective writing process. English 101 is an immersion in the writing process and the basic conventions of language use. Through reading, writing, and revising in a variety of rhetorical contexts, students will develop verbal fluency as they explore and employ those conventions, attending to their social implications. Readings and writings will focus on a variety of discourse types, such as essays, reviews, proposals, letters, editorials, online discussion forums, and websites.
*Accuplacer exam required for English course. Details to follow once accepted to the program.