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Seton Hall University is pleased to announce the continuation of our Pre-College program. Eligible high school students who will be entering their junior or senior year can earn college credit, enhance their college applications and prepare for college-level work by taking courses at Seton Hall University this summer.

What is Seton Hall University's Pre-College program?
The Pre-College program at Seton Hall gives high school students the unique opportunity to engage in academically rigorous, college level coursework for which they will earn college credit. These courses are intensive, running 2-3 days per week over the course of four weeks.

Who is eligible to enroll?
High school students who are currently sophomores, juniors or seniors are eligible for this program if they are in good academic standing (i.e., if they have earned a minimum 3.2 average on a 4.0 scale).

What does it cost?
The tuition rate for Pre-College courses is $1,500 per three-credit course plus a $49 summer registration fee. That means that high school students are afforded the opportunity to complete college courses, taught by some of Seton Hall University's finest faculty members, at the University's beautiful campus in South Orange, New Jersey, at 50% off regular tuition rates!

Is housing available?
The Pre-College Program at Seton Hall is tailored to satisfy the needs and interests of commuter students who live in and near the New Jersey / New York region. Housing is currently not available for high school students.

How does one apply to the program?
Complete the required registration form and submit it by the deadline specified. Please note that a Guidance Counselor must certify the student's eligibility to enroll. For more information on Pre-College courses please visit our Pre-College webpage. Additional inquiries can be made to Continuing Education and Professional Studies by calling (973) 761-9087 or sending an e-mail to ceps@shu.edu.

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