If you’re a qualified high school student, you can start working on your degree while you’re still in high school with our Dual Credit/Concurrent Enrollment programs. If that idea excites you, you’re probably the type of person we designed this program to serve. There are courses that satisfy requirements for earning both your high school diploma and your college degree, taught in your high school, during the regular school day, taught by qualified high school teachers.
Both our Hammond and Westville campuses offer a dual credit/concurrent enrollment program.
Contact us at the office of Concurrent Enrollment
Contact us at email@example.com
Coordinator of Students and School Partnerships
(219) 785- 5236
Dr. Anne Gregory
Coordinator of Academics and Accreditation
CEP Registration Coordinator
(219) 785- 5782
Office Support Personnel
“Congratulations to our winners!”
Congratulations to our four winners, Nathan Karnezis – Munster, Cameron Wickersham- Westville, Antionette Yasko- La Porte, Elise Richards- Boone Grove.
Purdue University Northwest (PNW) Office of Concurrent Enrollment is excited to award four, $1000 student scholarships. These scholarships are available to incoming freshman who have completed a minimum of 3 PNW university credits, have a minimum cumulative high school GPA of 3.5 (on 4.0 scale) and are enrolling as a full-time student at PNW for the fall semester. Winners were asked to write a 500-Word Essay explaining the impact that participation in concurrent enrollment university coursework had on their decision to attend college. We are excited to welcome these bright learners to the PNW family this fall. Bravo!
New article from Northwest Indiana Times
Purdue Northwest concurrent enrollment program helps high school students build college cred
“Purdue University Northwest currently offers concurrent enrollment with 31 high schools across Lake, Porter and LaPorte Counties,” said Anne Gregory, director of Purdue Northwest’s School of Education and Counseling. Read More…
Edited last:August 1, 2019