St. Thomas More High School and Cardinal Stritch University have partnered to create a Concurrent Enrollment Program (CEP). This program allows high school students to experience a college curriculum from high school instructors who have been approved to teach selected Stritch classes at our campus while concurrently earning high school and college credit. St. Thomas More students who choose to enroll in CEP from Cardinal Stritch University and pay the substantially reduced tuition rate for the college credit are admitted to the University as “non-degree seeking students.” Upon earning a C or higher in these courses, these students will receive high school credits as well as college credits and an official Cardinal Stritch University transcript. These concurrent enrollment credits will transfer to most colleges and universities in the country. Please contact Dan Scholz, Ph.D. (414- 410-4162 or [email protected]), the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, with questions or concerns.
Available CEP Classes for the 2018/2019 School Year:
Course descriptions are listed under the respective departments: Fine Arts, Technology, Theology, and World Languages.
These classes are worth three college credits, and the 2018-2019 regular Undergraduate tuition rate is $880 per credit ($2,640 for a 3-credit course). However, Cardinal Stritch is offering these courses at a substantially discounted rate of $133 per credit ($399 for a 3-credit course, an approximate 85% discount rate). In order to receive the college credits from Cardinal Stritch, students will register and pay a fee of $399 per class. Payments can be paid online by clicking the button below. Please note that students enrolled in these classes do not have to pay the fee, but then they will only receive credit for high school.
Please keep in mind:
All CEP classes are on a weighted grading scale at St. Thomas More. Students must earn a B- or higher to earn an extra grade point. However, grades will not be weighted on the college transcript.
Upon application or enrollment at a postsecondary educational institution, students will be asked to submit this college transcript. Grades on this transcript may become part of a student’s permanent record. Credit may not be awarded at all colleges and universities for these courses.