college credit options at one of two upcoming information sessions scheduled for Monday, Feb.22 and
Wednesday, Feb. 24 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the Dresser Business Development Auditorium on the
Glen Oaks campus.
Participants will learn about Dual Enrollment, Career and Technical Education programs and Early
Middle College options.
Dual Enrollment involves high school students coming to the Glen Oaks campus and/or taking classes
online; taking classes at their local high school with Glen Oaks faculty, or taking classes at high school
with a high school teacher who meets Glen Oaks required credentials.
Career and Technical Education certificate programs are offered throughout different high schools
throughout the county. Glen Oaks currently offers graphic design, automotive, and welding programs
at the college through CTE.
Early Middle College is newer to St. Joseph County and allows high school students the opportunity to
receive a high school diploma in addition to an occupational certificate, an associate degree, or up to
two years of credit toward a bachelor’s degree throughout their junior and senior years. Students
enrolled in the program attend an additional year (13 th grade) to complete both high school and college
“More and more students are realizing the time and financial benefit of obtaining college credits while
in high school,” said Adrienne Skinner, director of admissions at the college. “We will be educating
participants about all of the different programs.”
No reservations are required and parking is free for this event. Glen Oaks Community College is located
at 62249 Shimmel Rd., in Centreville, Michigan.