Early College Programs
Earn college credit while still in high school.
Wilmington University early college programs are an opportunity for you to experience what a college course is like while still attending high school. These programs allow high-achieving high school students, capable of meeting an increased challenge, the opportunity to earn college credit by taking Wilmington University courses right on-site at your high school or Wilmington University location.
Choose the program that's right for you.
Dual Enrollment — earn college credit right at your high school.
The Dual Enrollment program delivers on-site course work to eligible students through the combined efforts of Wilmington University faculty and staff and secondary school instructor and administrator.
Wilmington University has evaluated select courses in participating high schools and has approved the faculty, syllabi, and textbooks for college credit.
Courses are presently offered at:
- Cape Henlopen High School
- Delaware Academy of Public Safety & Security (DAPSS)
- DelCastle Tech High
- Delmar High School
- Eastern University Academy Charter School
- Glasgow High School
- Howard High School of Technology
- MOT Charter School
- Polytech High School
- Red Lion Christian Academy
- William Penn High School
Early College Credit — earn college credit at a WilmU location.
The Early College Credit program allows high-achieving high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to earn college credit by attending courses at a Wilmington University location.
You will be engaged in the classroom, be involved in discussions with fellow college students and professors and experience part of college life.
All students and guardians interested in the Early College program must review the online orientation packet and attend a orientation session.
If you have any questions about Dual Enrollment or Early College Credit please speak with the program advisor at your high school or contact:
Partnership Office, External Affairs Lisa.firstname.lastname@example.org
Partnership Office, External Affairs