Del Mar’s dual credit program will be the focus of an information night to get students interested in earning college credit before they even graduate high school.
The program provides high school students with a cheaper tuition option for college courses and allows for up to 60 hours of college credits before graduation.
Victoria Preece, early college program coordinator, said the program is open to any student in high school.
“Students can start taking classes as early as freshman year” Preece said.
The event will run from 6-8 p.m. Feb. 11 at the Center for Economic Development, Room 106.
“It’s a presentation format and then we have programs from West Campus and East Campus, so students can meet one on one with additional questions,” Preece said.
Parents and students will learn about the program, including discounted tuition prices, admissions, course availability, tutoring and more.
For more information, contact Bob Montez at 361-698-1634 or email@example.com.