Dual Credit

Dual credit courses are offered at partnering high schools in West Virginia and provide students the ability to take courses for both high school and college credit. Classes are open to qualified high school juniors and seniors. High school freshman and sophomores are able to take dual credit courses on a limited basis, additional admission requirements apply. High school students are limited to two dual enrollment courses per semester.

Check with your high school counselor to find out what college courses may be offered at your high school or use the contact information below:

Cabell, Lincoln, Marshall, Pocahontas, Raleigh, Randolph, Wayne, Webster, Wood, & Wyoming Counties:

Pat Campbell, CCHS Coordinator, at 304-696-6694 or

Putnam & Kanawha Counties: Chris Key at 304-696-5038 or

Mason & Jackson Counties: Homer Preece and Shelia Fields, MOVC at 304-674-7200 or

All other WV Counties: Office of Dual Enrollment at 304-746-2079 or

Partnering Schools

Schools interested in partnering to provide dual credit courses should contact Sarah Brown, Program Manager for Dual Enrollment at Marshall University at or 304-746-2079.

Online (OCCHS)

The Marshall University Online College Courses for High Schoolers Program (OCCHS) offers qualified, highly motivated high school students the opportunity to take Marshall University courses online–100% via the Internet – for college credit while they are still enrolled in high school.

OCCHS courses cost $25 per credit hour. Check out our newly expanded OCCHS List of Courses. To apply for early admission, please visit our admissions site.


For more information please contact:

Sarah Brown, Program Manager of Dual Enrollment