Dual credit is not PSEO. Dual credit allows student the opportunity to remain on the Miami Valley CTC campus, take a college level course, and earn both high school and college credit! Currently there is no cost to the student. When a student is enrolled in a dual credit course they are not only an MVCTC student, but they are also a student at the college...where they will have the same benefits as any other Wright State University or Miami University Middletown student.
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In the College Tech Prep program, students focus on developing specific skill sets in technical, high-demand fields. Students taking this pathway to college will find themselves entering college at a higher readiness level and with college credits already to their name—and, often, with a Tech Prep scholarship for their achievements. Sinclair Community College reports that College Tech Prep students have higher attendance rates, make better grades, require fewer remedial classes, and are less apt to drop out of college. High School sophomores are eligible to sign up for a College Tech Prep program to begin their junior year of high school.
Prospective College Tech Prep students must meet the following minimum requirements:
College Tech Prep is a Grade 11 through associate degree program that prepares students to begin a career or complete a bachelor’s degree. Students completing high school requirements of the College Tech Prep program and meeting the scholarship qualifications are eligible to receive a $3,000 scholarship. The scholarship may not exceed $1,500 a year, beginning the fall quarter of the academic year immediately following high school graduation. The scholarship can be used at Sinclair Community College within the three years following high school graduation.