Online Dual Credit for High School Students
Align university courses with high school graduation requirements to create a college readiness program.
Give Your Students a Head Start in College
Research has shown that dual credit students are more likely to graduate high school and earn their college degrees. In fact, 88 percent of students who participated in dual credit matriculated to college.*
University of Massachusetts Global partners with schools and districts to align university courses with high school graduation requirements to offer a college readiness program that meets the needs of your students.
A Dedicated Dual Credit Team
Our goal is to help your school reach its optimal performance by delivering the best student experience. Once the program is determined, our team takes care of all the details so you can focus on running your school.
Dual credit courses are carefully selected in collaboration with the school/district and students stay in cohorts together to ensure we maintain a solid focus on the unique needs of the high school student.
Schedule a One-on-One Info Session
Learn about how UMass Global’s approach to dual credit can help set up your students for college readiness and success.
*Fink, Jenkins, & Yanagiura (2017). What Happens to Students. Retrieved from https://ccrc.tc.columbia.edu/publications/what-happens-community-college-dual-enrollment-students.html.