Ms. Pat Campbell, Coordinator, College Courses in the High Schools Program
Marshall University
Outreach and Continuing Studies Main Office
Laidley Hall 142
Huntington, WV 25755
Tel.: (304) 696-6649

The Marshall University College Courses in the High Schools program gives high school students the opportunity to earn college credit while in high school.

The CCHS Program currently serves the following high schools:

  • Spring Valley High School
  • Wayne High School
  • Tolsia High School
  • St. Joseph High School
  • Cabell Midland High School
  • Huntington High School
  • Elkins High School
  • Randolph County Vocation Technical Center
  • Harman High School
  • Calvary Baptist Academy
  • Webster County High School
  • Grace Christian School

College Courses in the High Schools program has also partnered in the past with these schools:

  • Calvary Baptist Academy
  • South Charleston High School
  • Nitro High School

PLEASE NOTE: Classes are open to qualified high school students in their junior or senior year as well as students not yet high school juniors. Acceptance requirements are noted below.

Requirements

Early Admission: Junior and Senior Year of High School:

  • Be currently enrolled in high school or a home-school program.
  • Completed admission application and application fee.
  • High School transcript reflecting a cumulative minimum GPA of 3.00 on a 4.00 scale.
  • One letter of recommendation from a counselor or principal.
  • Maintain a 2.00 GPA in all college courses.
  • To take English or math courses, a student must have a qualifying ACT / SAT score inthe subject area: To take English courses – an ACT of 18 or SAT of 450 (verbal); totake math courses – an ACT of 19 or SAT of 460 (math). Some math courses mayrequire a higher ACT / SAT score.
  • A valid immunization record including measles and rubella vaccinations (MMR).

Prior to the Junior Year of High School:

  • Be currently enrolled in high school or a home-school program.
  • Completed admission application and application fee.
  • An ACT / SAT at the 85th percentile or above [ACT = 26, SAT = 1180 (CR+M)]. If theACT or SAT has not been taken, a score at the 90th percentile or higher on anothernationally normed standardized test, such as the PLAN, that provides evidence of theability to succeed at the college level is required.
  • High School transcript reflecting a cumulative minimum GPA of 3.00 on a 4.00 scale.
  • A letter of recommendation from a counselor or principal.
  • A letter of recommendation from a teacher who is familiar with the student’s academicperformance.
  • Maintain a 2.00 GPA in all college courses.
  • A valid immunization record including measles and rubella vaccinations (MMR).

For complete details on early admission requirements Please click here for the Marshall University Undergraduate Catalog. (See Early Admission Options.)

Need more information about the Marshall University College Courses in the High Schools?

Check with your high school Counselor or Principal to find out what college courses may be offered at your high school, or Call:

Ms. Pat Campbell, Coordinator,
College Courses in the High Schools Program
Marshall University
Outreach and Continuing Studies Main Office
Laidley Hall 142
Huntington, WV 25755
Tel.: (304) 696-6649
Email: campbelp@marshall.edu