Your Path to the Herd Begins at the Herd Academy!
High school students can earn college credit and gain course experience through dual enrollment options. Dual enrollment means that qualified high school students can be concurrently enrolled in college courses at a reduced rate. Dual credit courses taken in the high school will count toward both high school and college credit. Marshall’s online courses count for college credit; however, some high schools may allow our online courses to count for high school credit.
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Marshall University’s academic programs are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).
Taking my first dual credit class as a sophomore has been fun and challenging. It was a great way to get my feet wet with a college course.
Marshall’s Herd Academy has helped me transition into higher education as a high school senior. I highly recommend taking dual credit classes as a high schooler as it can provide an early start in college academics.