High school students: Get started now on your college career!

If you’re a qualified high school student and want to get started early on your college career, Marshall University has two ways for you to do just that. One way is to enroll in a dual credit course, which allows you to apply your coursework to your high school requirements and earn college credit at the same time. The other way is an online program, which offers you the opportunity to take credit courses online – 100% via the Internet – while you are enrolled in high school. Either way, you’ll be able to make the most of your high school years!

Admission Requirements

Dual Credit – apply coursework to high school requirements and earn college credit

Click the West Virginia county in which you live:

Cabell & Wayne County Putnam & Kanawha County Mason & Jackson County All other WV Counties

Online Courses – earn college credit

Online Courses

Billing Information:


Find out More! Use this contact information:

  • Dual credit in Putnam and Kanawha Counties through the Teays Valley Regional Center – 304-757-7223 or tvrc@marshall.edu
  • Dual credit in Mason or Jackson Counties through the Mid-Ohio Valley Center – 304-674-7200 or movc@marshall.edu
  • Dual credit in Cabell, Wayne, or any other West Virginia county through the Huntington campus office – 304-696-6649 or campbelp@marshall.edu
  • Online high school courses through the Huntington campus office – 304-696-7084 or occhs@marshall.edu