College in High School is a concurrent enrollment partnership, which means a registered student earns academic credit from his or her high school and the University of Pittsburgh at the same time. By taking CHS classes, you can get a jump on your future education and earn college credits. You also gain confidence by experiencing college-level course work. And, CHS courses cost a fraction of regular in-state tuition.
Academic research and state data suggest that high school students in concurrent enrollment programs receive other college-related benefits.
- are more likely to meet college-readiness benchmarks
- achieve a lower likelihood of college placement into remedial English or math
- attain higher four- and six-year college completion rates
- accomplish a shorter average time to bachelor’s degree completion for those completing in six years or less
Student Frequently Asked Questions
Because CHS is a challenging academic program, browse some frequently asked questions before you decide to register for a CHS course.
Students who take CHS courses are uniquely positioned to succeed in college.
When you enroll in a College in High School course, you become a part-time, non-matriculated student in Pitt's Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences.
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