Early College Alliance Available For Fremont Students
By: Mike Stiles - Saturday, June 12, 2021

(FREMONT) – A Steuben County high school has entered into a new partnership that will allow students to earn an Associate Degree in as little as one semester.

The partnership is between Fremont High School and Trine University. Through the new Fremont Early College Alliance, students will be able to select from 18 Fremont High School courses that will also count for college credit at Trine. Fremont High School students also can enroll in additional courses available on the Trine University campus at a reduced tuition rate.

Fremont students who complete the necessary course requirements will be awarded an Associate in Science or Associate of General Students degree.

To receive the degree, Fremont students must attend Trine University directly after graduating high school, and successfully complete one semester as a full time degree seeking student.

The Fremont Early College Alliance expands on the longstanding partnership between Fremont Community Schools and Trine University that has allowed Fremont High School students to earn extensive college credit prior to graduating high school.


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