MRCS Hosts Parents Night Tuesday, May 6, 6:30 pm
Sophomores, juniors, and seniors may dual enroll and earn college credit at a reduced rate through distance learning or in the Summer on Campus program with the University of Alabama Early College program. UA Early College offers a great benefit to parents and students because it allows students to complete high school courses and receive college credit at significantly reduced fees.
Join us on Tuesday, May 6th to learn how sophomore, junior, and senior high school students can earn up to a year of UA college credit in a supportive environment through UA Early College. Students with a 3.0 + cumulative GPA since the 9th grade and who are enrolled in sophomore or higher high school curriculum are eligible to apply .
To learn more about one of the most unique college preparation programs in the United States, join Dr. Cheree Causey from UA Early College on Tuesday, May 6th at 6:30 p.m. in the Moffett Road Assembly of God Church (6159 Moffett Road, Mobile, AL) She will share how you can:
* Study freshman-level college courses online 24/7 for dual credit/dual enrollment while you are in high school
* Earn up to a full year of college credit (“stack” AP and other college credit on top and still be admitted as a UA freshman, eligible for freshman scholarships)
* Transfer the UA credit to colleges and universities across the nation
* Reduce your tuition cost with a partial tuition scholarship
* Work with Peer Coaches, faculty and staff who mentor and guide you
* Have the option to live on The University of Alabama campus during the summer
RSVP to Teresa Stokes @ email@example.com. Ms. Causey will provide light refreshments.