Concurrent Enrollment of High School Student
Nebraska Wesleyan University has two methods for high school students to earn college credit while attending high school. In addition to earning Nebraska Wesleyan undergraduate credits through these programs, students can participate in special intellectual and cultural events and use various campus facilities and resources.
Nebraska Wesleyan University’s Honors Academy is a program designed for gifted and highly motivated high school juniors and seniors who are passionate about learning and excited by the challenges of college-level work. The Honors Academy provides students with an opportunity to earn college credit by enrolling in selected advanced placement or differentiated classes taught by their own qualified high school teachers in their schools. A reduced tuition rate is assessed for students in this program.
View the Honors Academy site or contact the Honors Academy Office at 402.465.7605 for complete information and requirements.
Taking Courses on Campus
Qualified high school students may take courses on the Nebraska Wesleyan University campus prior to graduation from high school. With permission, and as space and prerequisites allow, advanced students may enroll for up to two courses each semester while attending high school. A reduced tuition rate is assessed for students in this program, however this payment is credited toward the first semester for students who subsequently enroll as a first-year student at Nebraska Wesleyan.
Contact the Admissions Office for information at 402.465.2219 or 800.541.3818, ext 2218.