Looking to get a jump-start on your college education? Through JWU's innovative Early Enrollment Program (EEP), you can enroll full time at JWU during your senior year of high school. Why early enrollment?
Learn more about the EEP program (596K PDF), including qualifications. To apply, complete the EEP application and agreement form (280K PDF) during your junior year. Transferring Your High School Credits There are several high school programs that JWU recognizes and accepts for college credit. Advanced Placement JWU will give transfer credit for Advanced Placement exam(s) if you’ve passed the exam with a score of a 3 or better and have passed the class in high school. National Academy Foundation Enrollment in a National Academy Foundation program in your high school may qualify you for transfer credit and a $1,000 scholarship. ProStart If you are enrolled in ProStart®, you may be eligible for transfer credit and a $1,000 scholarship. To transfer credits, you must first complete the required admissions application and submit an official high school transcript. Upon acceptance to JWU, you will be eligible for consideration of the articulation agreement. Additional requirements:
If you submit a valid sanitation certificate approved by the Conference for Food Protection, you will be exempt from FSM1065. FAST Program If your high school has an approved articulation agreement with JWU, we offer an opportunity to earn credits toward a JWU degree while you're still in high school through our Freshman Advanced Study Track (FAST). For more information or to apply, download the brochure (700K PDF).
JWU has a number of programs to help high school juniors get started on their college preparation — and give them a head start on earning college credit. read more