Frequently Asked Questions
- How do the credits work?
- What is dual credit?
- How do I obtain a transcript?
- Which schools are currently participating in the program?
- How do I register?
- What courses are offered?
How do the credits work?
St. Norbert College conducts a qualifying pre-test and final exam, giving you credit upon successful completion of the course. The registrar’s office will send a transcript to any college or university. While some schools don’t accept transfer credits as a policy, most colleges and universities do accept St. Norbert College credit courses due to the history and reputation of our program. And, naturally, we guarantee that credits earned in the College Credit Program will be applied toward degree requirements on the St. Norbert College campus.
What is dual credit?
A dual credit course is a college course taken by a high school student for which the student earns both college and high school credit at the same time. College Credit dual credit courses are taught on the high school campus during high school hours. By participating in the College Credit Program, you can make substantial progress toward your college degree before finishing high school.
How do I obtain a transcript?
For information on how to obtain a transcript, visit the office of the registrar’s transcript web page.
Which schools currently participate in the program?
There are 14 participating high school campuses in northeast Wisconsin and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. For a complete list of participating high schools, please visit the participating high schools page.
How do I register?
Each winter, the teachers and counselors at College Credit Program participating high schools announce the following year’s program. They conduct pre-testing at the high schools in February or March for English and mathematics courses. Each applicant must provide an updated transcript and take the appropriate pre-test. St. Norbert College selects participants based on the applicant’s overall GPA, past grades in the discipline and test scores. Once selected, the applicant works with his or her counselor to schedule the college credit course for the following semester and fill out an online registration form. Payment for the course(s) is due during the first two weeks of the high school’s fall semester.
What courses are offered?
During the 2016-17 school year, we will offer the following courses through the College Credit Program:
LEAD 100 Introduction to Leadership
Offered at Neenah High School, Marinette High School and St. Thomas Aquinas Academy.
HIST 116 Survey of U.S. History
Offered at Suring High School.
ENGL 101 English Composition
Offered at Elkhart Lake High School, Hilbert High School, Lourdes Academy, Marinette High School, Munising HS (Michigan), Notre Dame Academy, Pulaski High School, Seymour High School, Shiocton High School, St. Thomas Aquinas Academy, West De Pere High School and Xavier High School.
ENGL 150 Introduction to Literature
Offered at Denmark High School, Elkhart Lake High School, Hilbert High School, Lourdes Academy, Marinette High School, Munising High School (Michigan), Notre Dame Academy, Pulaski High School, Seymour High School, Shiocton High School, St. Thomas Aquinas Academy, West De Pere High School and Xavier High School.
MATH 131 Calculus and Analytic Geometry
Offered at Notre Dame Academy, Pulaski High School, West De Pere High School, and Xavier High School.
MATH 132 Calculus and Analytic Geometry 2
Offered at Notre Dame Academy and Pulaski High School.