Dual Enrollment Programs

Existing and planned classes taken at Hoboken High School will be available as dual credit courses. Through our partnerships with Fairleigh Dickinson University, NJIT, HCCC, Seton Hall University, and Rowan University, students may opt to pay a greatly-reduced price for college credit from the corresponding University.

HCCC Early College Program

High school students can start earning college credits and receive an Associate Degree while enrolled in Hoboken HIgh School by participating in Hudson County Community College’s Early College Program. Applications are now being accepted for the 2020 - 2021 school year.Completed applications are due no later than August 1, 2020. After all applications are reviewed, applicants whether accepted or not, will receive a letter from the Hoboken Public School District informing them of their status as prospective H.C.C.C. Early College High School students. Finalists will then be notified regarding their next steps in the acceptance process.

Dual Enrollment Opportunities

Hoboken High School is involved in an innovative program, allowing juniors and seniors to take courses yielding college credits. Hoboken has entered into an agreement with Fairleigh Dickinson University, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Rider University and Hudson County Community College, whereby these institutions grant credits to students upon completion of selected Hoboken High School courses deemed compatible by the college. Those courses which have been approved are the following:

» TOMORROW’S TEACHERS (RIDER UNIVERSITY/FDU)

» CALCULUS I (NJIT)

» CALCULUS II (NJIT)

» ENGINEERING GRAPHICS AND INTRO. TO CAD (NJIT)

» ENGLISH: WRITING, SPEAKING, THINKING (NJIT) » FUNDAMENTALS OF ENGINEERING DESIGN (NJIT)

» GENERAL CHEMISTRY I & LAB (NJIT)

» INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION & MANAGEMENT (NJIT)

» INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (NJIT)

» MACROECONOMICS (NJIT)

» PHYSICS I LAB (NJIT)

» ROADMAP TO COMPUTING (NJIT)

» COLLEGE ALGEBRA (HCCC)

The teachers of these courses have been granted adjunct instructor status on the respective campuses. Each student is granted campus privileges, including access to the libraries. Upon successful completion of the course, each student will receive an official transcript, which he/ she may submit to the college of his/her choice for transfer credit approval. In order to earn credit, the student must register and pay for the course in the guidance office by September of the year he/she is enrolled in the class.

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