Save Money and Time with College in High School through Mount Aloysius

The College in High School program (formerly Dual Enrollment) at Mount Aloysius College allows students in high school to take college-level courses taught directly from their high school teachers. Students can earn credits through Mount Aloysius and their high school at the same time. Mount Aloysius partners with 77 different high schools for this program.

Credits earned through this program can be applied to a Mount Aloysius degree or may be transferable to other colleges and universities.

Once you’ve been approved by your school counselor to take College in High School credits, you can register for the Mount Aloysius College in High School program.

Cost per credit is $69.

February 1, 2024 and close by 11:59pm on February 21, 2024 – Students will NOT be permitted to enroll in any courses once the application period has ended.


The Benefits of College in High School

Save Money

Courses cost significantly less compared to standard college courses.

Save Time

Get ahead and earn college credits before you start college.

Earn College Credit

Credit can be applied towards a Mount Aloysius degree or transferred to other colleges and universities.

The College in High School courses helped me in college by giving me an advantage.  These classes give you a glimpse of a college course while still in high school.  It helps to better prepare you for college!

Sarah Ribblett
Class of 2024

To order your official transcript(s), log in to the Clearinghouse secure site. The site will walk you through placing your order, including delivery options and fees. A processing fee will be charged per recipient and order updates will be emailed to you. You can also track your order online.

Contact Us

Questions about applying for College in High School courses?

Contact the Admissions Office


Questions if you enrolled in the correct course?

Contact the Registrar's Office


Questions about College in High School fees?

Contact the Business Office


Questions about grades and MAC transcripts?

Contact the Registrar's Office


Are you a high school administrator with questions?

Contact Jeanine Farabaugh


Other Questions?

Contact Dr. Cathleen Golden