Oral Roberts University launches program for high schoolers

Oral Roberts University has launched the ORU Advantage, a new concurrent enrollment program for Christian high schools.
From Staff Reports Modified: May 17, 2013 at 12:13 am •  Published: May 18, 2013
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— Oral Roberts University has launched the ORU Advantage, a new concurrent enrollment program for Christian high schools.

The program will allow high school juniors and seniors to enroll in fully accredited college courses, which are offered in a 15-week online format. Tuition for the program is offered at a promotional rate based on class size.

Christian schools may choose to offer the concurrent classes as a part of their high school curriculum. Course offerings include: American government, American history, biology, chemistry, college reading and writing, humanities, microcomputer applications, psychology, sociology and Spanish.

“The ORU Advantage program is a wonderful opportunity for Christian schools to offer fully accredited college classes online to their students as a part of their high school experience,” said Nancy Brainard, ORU's vice president for enrollment management. “Students have the advantage of building their college transcript while still in high school.”

For more information, go to advantage.oru.edu.



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