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Shekinah hosted our annual CCP Information Session on October 12, 2020. See information below from college reps. who attended the virtual session.
Stephen Buettell was present to answer questions in our virtual fall informational meeting. Cedarville's College Now program offers dual-credit students the following:
In 2020-2021 Cedarville University offered a CCP psychology class at Shekinah. If we have students interested in this option we might offer it again for 2021-2022. See the guide below that explains the course. This class is an online class, but the students who are taking it will meet daily as a class with a facilitator who would be a Shekinah staff member. You would earn elective high school credit at the same time you would earn college credit in a subject that is a Gen. Ed. requirement in most college programs. If you are interested in taking this class, or just want more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 614-873-3143.
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Jennifer Adkins participated in our fall informational meeting. MVNU offers dual enrollment opportunities. Their 14-week online courses are offered during the regular MVNU fall and spring semesters. To see a list of the courses offered go to https://www.mvnu.edu/dualenrollment/onlinecourses