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Early Admission for High School Students

High school students may obtain early admission to Owens Community College under two different programs: Early Admission and Post-Secondary Options. There are several important differences between these programs, including funding sources.

Early Admission recognizes the desire for some high school students to experience college-level coursework, supplement their high school curriculum, enjoy courses of special interest and/or accumulate college credit. Coursework may be applied toward a program at Owens Community College or be transferred to another college or university according to that institution's transfer policy.

Students currently enrolled in high school must submit the written consent of their high school guidance counselor or principal, college application and high school transcript. To be successful, early admission requires pre-admission advising. Students are required to meet with the Owens Community College Representative prior to registration.

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