College in High School
Information for High School Students and Parents
Students from participating school districts can register for one or more of the approved Seton Hill University College in High School courses through their high school, and, upon successful completion of the course, receive college credit from Seton Hill.
Most colleges and universities accept credits from Seton Hill University. We advise high school students to contact their desired institution(s) of higher education directly to obtain the most current credit transfer policy. The credits earned through the College in High School program are posted to a Seton Hill University transcript.
If you are a student from a participating high school and would like to learn more, please contact your high school’s guidance office or main office.
College in High School FALL Course Registration
Registration for Fall courses opens on September 25, 2023, and closes on October 30, 2023.
College in High School registration is completed online. The following links will provide step-by-step instructions for registering online.
- If you are a returning CHS student, use these instructions:
- If you are a new student in the CHS program, use these instructions:
The cost of tuition for College in High School courses is substantially less than regular college tuition. Tuition for the 2023-2024 Academic Year is $230 per course and may be paid online at the time of registration. If payment is not made at the time of registration, the student will be sent a statement of their account via email. The deadline for fall and year-long course tuition payments is November 13, 2023.
If you are making a tuition payment, use these instructions:
For further information on the tuition refund policy for College in High School course withdrawals:
For help with course registration and tuition payment:
Connie Beckel, Assistant Registrar and College in High School Coordinator
Requesting a Seton Hill Transcript:
If you are a former CHS student who would like to request your official Seton Hill University transcript, you can do so through the National Student Clearinghouse.
Information for High School Teachers and Administrators
Schools interested in partnering with Seton Hill to offer College in High School courses should download the College in High School Handbook 2023-2024 for details. To view all academic policies for the College in High School program, please download the College in High School Course Catalogue 2023-2024.
After the course syllabus and instructor are approved, the instructor becomes a Seton Hill adjunct faculty member, and the course is added to the high school's College in High School course selection.
For help with course submissions, instructor approvals, and course reviews:
Kathryn Rother, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs