Raritan Valley Community College has partnerships with select area high schools that can make it possible for you to take challenging college courses and earn college credits during you regular school day. You also save significantly on the cost of tuition. The credits you earn can stay at RVCC or transfer to another college or university.
Courses include English Composition 1; Pre-Calculus 1 & 2; Anatomy and Physiology 1 & 2; Introduction to Criminal Justice and Principles of Biology.
High schools offering RVCC courses include:
Bound Brook High School
Bridgewater-Raritan High School
Central Jersey College Prep Charter High School
Delaware Valley Regional High School
Franklin High School
Hillsborough High School
Hunterdon Central High School
Hunterdon County Polytech Career Academy
Manville High School
North Hunterdon High School
North Plainfield High School
Ridge High School
Somerset County Vocational & Technical High School
Somerville High School
Thomas Edison EnergySmart High School
Voorhees High School
How to Enroll:
To be eligible for the Concurrent Enrollment Program you must:
Be a high school junior or senior
Have a minimum 3.0 GPA (Exceptions may be made with a letter of support from a teacher in the relevant discipline)
Obtain signatures from high school guidance counselor as well as parent/guardian
Meet testing pre-requisites for courses
1. Contact your high school guidance counselor to determine the courses being offered by your high school and the qualifications needed to enroll. Complete online application.
2. Cost is $210 per course taken at the student’s high school. Make check payable to RVC College.
3. Take the RVCC Placement test if needed. See testing requirements below. Please wait 2 days after completing the online admission before testing.
4. Submit the following to your high school counselor:
In order to participate in the Concurrent Enrollment Program, a student must have at least a B average, parental consent, school counselor approval, and appropriate RVCC Placement Test scores if enrolling in an English, Math, or foreign language course (or a course requiring these as a prerequisite). The placement test may be waived with suitable levels on the SAT, ACT or NJSLA.
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