A concurrent enrollment partnership with Fond du Lac high school began in fall 2012. Through this program, college level courses are taught on-site at the high school and provide the chance for students to earn both high school and UW System college credit at the same time.
The courses are taught by high school teachers under the mentorship of a UW-Fond du Lac faculty member.
Classes currently offered for concurrent enrollment at Fond du Lac High School include AP Statistics, Pre-Calculus, AP Calculus, AP Chemistry and Spanish V. Tuition for these courses is charged at 50 percent of the normal UW-Fond du Lac tuition rates.
Some of the benefits of concurrent enrollment programs are that high school students can get a head start on their college education, they can shorten their time to degree completion and they can save money on tuition costs.
UW-Fond du Lac plans to expand its concurrent enrollment program to other high schools in 2013 including Wayland Academy in Beaver Dam.
For more information on concurrent enrollment call UW-Fond du Lac student services at (920) 929-1122.