ANDERSON, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) — High school juniors and seniors will once again be able to take introductory courses on the Anderson University campus after the school resumed its dual credit LAUNCH and Early STEM programs. The university says the programs now include early business, early education and early nursing.
The university says the LAUNCH program allows qualifying high school students to earn college credit prior to graduating high school and the Early STEM program allows traditional and homeschool alternatives to earn college credit by enrolling in engineering, chemistry, physics or mathematics classes on campus.
”We felt it was important to bring these programs back because many families were struggling last year to find the classes they needed for their high school students. Many homeschool families and smaller schools rely on AU to have classes they may not be able to offer,” said Paula Blount, visit team manager in AU’s Office of Admissions.
The deadline to apply for fall 2021 courses is June 30.