Dillard University Offering Courses to High School Students

dillardDillard University in New Orleans has announced the establishment of its Course Choice program. The program is administered by the state of Louisiana and allows high school students to take courses at Dillard that earns them both high school and college credits. Students take the courses for free and books and transportation costs to Dillard are also covered by the state program. The college credits can be used toward a Dillard degree or a degree at other educational institutions.

Under the Course Choice program students can take courses in biology, writing, algebra, pre-calculus, physical science, and psychology. Students participating in the program are permitted to participate in student activities and clubs on campus.

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