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High School Enrichment Program

To enroll in the Waynesburg University High School Enrichment Program the student must meet the following criteria:

  1. Be enrolled as a full-time junior or senior in an area high school.
  2. Have an overall grade point average of 3.00 or above.
  3. Have written permission of:
    1. the school principal
    2. parent or guardian, and the
    3. Waynesburg University High School Enrichment Program Director

Courses taken at the University are not to substitute for high school courses.  Therefore, the student should have completed the most advanced high school course available in that discipline.

High School Enrichment Program students will register after all degree-seeking students have preregistered. Enrollment will be on a space available basis. The University reserves the right to cancel or change High School Enrichment Program registration on or before the first day of class.

Admission to the High School Enrichment Program does not constitute admission as a degree-seeking undergraduate student. The University reserves the right to deny any student admission to the High School Enrichment Program.

Enrollment will be for college level graded credit, which is generally transferable.

If students choose to transfer credits earned to another institution, they must request their transcripts from the Registrar's Office. In addition, High School Enrichment students will not be charged an activity fee.

High School Enrichment students desiring to enroll in additional hours upon their initial enrollment must have the approval of the University’s High School Enrichment Program Director.

In addition to the standard High School Enrichment Program, the University may also enter into agreements with local school districts to offer special enrollment opportunities. Students should refer to the details of the individual agreements for rules and responsibilities relating to those agreements.