UW-Marinette offers many opportunities for high school students to earn college credit including Youth Options, Dual Credit and Concurrent Credit options. For a complete list of details, including how to apply, please visit the High School Student Programs page.
UW-Marinette Concurrent Enrollment
The UW-Marinette Concurrent Enrollment Program fosters partnerships between our university campus and regional high schools in an effort to enhance the educational opportunities for students in our area. Through these partnerships, students at some area high schools can enroll for both high school and college credit when they take certain classes during their high school career.
Schools Offering Concurrent Enrollment
- Crivitz High School: For more information please contact Jim Kirchberg.
- Marinette High School: For more information please contact Cathy Smiley.
- Menominee High School
- Oconto High School: For more information please contact Tina Porath.
- Peshtigo High School: For more information please contact Donna Kalafut and Tye Schoenebeck.
Information for Current Teachers
We value our relationships with our high school instructors and want to make sure we’re giving you as much information as you need to successfully move through the academic year. You will find several documents linked below.
Information for Administrators and Prospective Teachers
If we have not yet established a partnership with your high school, we would love to meet with you to explain more about the program. Please contact our Campus Administrator Cindy Bailey, or call 715-735-4300 ext. 4312 to set up a time to meet. You will find here some general information about the Concurrent Enrollment Program which we will be happy to walk through with you when we meet.
If you are a teacher at a high school with which we already have an existing partnership and you’re interested in learning more about the Concurrent Enrollment Program, please contact Jayant Anand Regional Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.
Review of potential instructors for our partnership takes place in two phases: instructor credentials and curricular offerings. First, the UW Colleges Department will look at a resume and undergraduate/graduate transcripts from a potential instructor. Should that instructor be approved to teach in the UW Colleges, a review of the curriculum of the proposed course would be undertaken. Further information about the process can be found in the Protocol/Process below as well as the UW System Statute 36.