College Credit Programs for High School Students

College Credit Programs for High School Students

College credit courses at WVU Parkersburg provide high school students with the opportunity to ease the transition into the college learning environment. Students have the ability to take classes alongside current undergraduate student, learn from faculty and engage in hands-on coursework that will prepare them for success.

EDGE Overview

DGE is a state-sponsored program that allows students to take high school courses for community and technical college credit. EDGE can help you can earn a certificate or associate degree within one year or along with your high school diploma.

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EDGE Transcript Request

To acquire an EDGE Credit transcript, complete the form below and indicate which community or technical college you plan to attend, or enter your personal mailing address along with the required information.

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MOV Consortium

Through collaboration of multiple partners, the Mid-Ohio Valley Community and Technical College Consortium develops and implements strategies to efficiently and effectively deliver community and technical college education.

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Early Admission

West Virginia University at Parkersburg offers high school juniors and seniors the option to study at the college as an early admittance student and earn college credit. Earned credits are transferrable to other West Virginia colleges and universities and most other institutions of higher education throughout the nation.

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Contact Interest Form

Complete the form below to submit your interest in Early Admissions, ask questions, or simply receive more information.

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FAQs

To help make sense of WVU Parkersburg’s Early Admission classes, here is a list of common questions and answers about registration and attendance.

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