Dual Enrollment

Payment for dual enrollment courses through Lackawanna College will be due on February 18th, 2020.   A representative from Lackawanna College will be in the guidance office on Tuesday, February 18th at 11 am to take enrollment forms and payment. 

 

DUAL ENROLLMENT AGREEMENT WITH LACKAWANNA COLLEGE

The Towanda School District is pleased to announce the approval of a dual enrollment agreement with Lackawanna College for the 2019-20 school year. Dual Enrollment is an effort to encourage a broader range of students to experience post secondary coursework and its increased academic rigor, while still in the supportive environment of their local high school. This program allows school districts to partner with eligible post secondary institutions to offer high school students the chance to earn college credit while completing their high school requirements. The intent is to increase the number of students that go on to post secondary education and to decrease the need for remedial coursework at post secondary institutions.

     One of the goals of dual enrollment is to allow students to formally enroll in a post secondary institution following high school graduation having already accumulated post secondary credits. Students that choose to participate in the program will receive secondary (High School) and post secondary (College) credit for the successful completion of the following dual enrollment courses at the rate at $100 per credit hour: Accounting I, Accelerated Physics, Accelerated PreCalculus, Accelerated Statistics,  Accelerated English III, Anatomy/Physiology, Accelerated World History, AP Biology, AP Calculus, AP Chemistry, AP English, AP History, Spanish III or IV, Forensic Science, and Sociology/Psychology.

     For more information regarding dual enrollment courses with Lackawanna College, please contact the Towanda Jr/Sr High School Guidance Office.

  

To have your official transcript sent from Lackawanna to another college please click below for the form.

 Dual Enrollment and Early Start Program with Mansfield University

The Mansfield University Dual Enrollment Program provides an opportunity for high school students who plan to pursue post secondary education and wish to experience college level work, to enroll in courses that will dually provide both college credit as well as high school credit. 

 

Course work
Students may take coursework on Mansfield University‚Äôs campus or choose from a select number of on-line options. Please refer to the list below for approved courses offered for the Spring 2020 semester. Any student wishing to enroll in a math or english course must provide a high school transcript along with SAT scores.  Once received, the request will be reviewed to determine the possible need for placement testing.

 

Spring 2020 Dual Enrollment Courses:                                                      

PSC 2201             American Politics                                                                                               
ENG 1112             Composition I

SOC 1121             Contemporary Social Problems
PHL 2200              Diversity In American Social Welfare
ARH 1101              Introduction to Art
PSY 1101              Introduction to General Psychology 
ENG 1115             Introduction to Literature

NTR 2211             Introduction to Nutrition

SOC 1101             Introduction to Sociology

MA 1125               Introduction to Statistics

MGT 2230            Management Principles

COM 1101            Oral Communication
CIS 2203              Software for Business Applications

CJA 2201             Survey of Corrections

CJA 2200             Survey of Policing

HST 2202             United States History Since 1877


Please click on the links below to learn more about the Early Start Program offerings.