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Dual Enrollment

Broadhurst Science CenterThe University of Pittsburgh at Titusville has entered into an agreement with several local high schools to offer certain classes to high school juniors and seniors. This dual enrollment program meets the guidelines under the Public School Code allowing students to meet certain criteria to obtain college credits while fulfilling high school graduation requirements. Courses include those in English, Sociology, Anthropology, Music, Mathematics, Science, History, Africana Studies and Administration of Justice. The program is partially funded by a grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Education to the local school districts and costs to the students may differ depending on the funds allotted to their particular school. For more information on the dual enrollment program, contact your school counselor.


The SUCCESS Program is offered to high-achieving high school juniors and seniors. Students are eligible to take any course offered by the University of Pittsburgh at Titusville as long as they meet the pre-requisites required of any other student, including any relevant placement exams required by the university.McKinney Hall The minimum high school grade point average they must have is a 3.5 on a 4.0 scale. In addition, students need to have submitted a recommendation form from each of the following: a teacher, guidance counselor and high school principal. (Students are responsible for the costs related to participating in this program.) For more information or to obtain an application packet for SUCCESS, contact the Office of Academic Affairs at Pitt-Titusville.

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