Opportunity for High School Students
Are you a high school student who has had their school year interrupted by Covid-19?
Are you a parent of a student looking for opportunities for your child to continue preparing for their higher education?
Treasure Valley Community College has an opportunity for you!
Beginning March 30
The start of our Spring quarter
TVCC’s entire course offering will be delivered online using web and videoconferencing technology. Students will be able to take an array of courses in Career/Technical Education areas, as well as traditional college-level coursework that will be easily transferred to almost every college and university.
Even if you’re headed to Boise State, University of Idaho, BYU Idaho, Duke, Stanford or Harvard in the Fall, our college math, writing or literature courses will be accepted at those institutions. Between March 30 and June 12 (the end of our Spring quarter), we can help you continue to make progress toward your academic goals, and in a personal and cost-effective way. TVCC’s instructors have considerable experience using online and video course tools – you’ll be in good hands during a trying time.
These are historic times we’re living in, and there are bound to be disruptions, but your academic career shouldn’t have to suffer – let us help you to keep moving forward!
TVCC is offering a number of courses, so your student can take these courses from home.
Treasure Valley Community College’s (TVCC) Spring term begins March 30th!
- This is an opportunity, now, to get into a course to obtain college credit!
- TVCC’s course are only 11-weeks long.
- Courses offered virtually or online. A virtual course occurs at a specified time, so your student attends and participates, as if it were an in-person class, but via Zoom (a virtual conferencing application).
The cost for Idaho residents, who are currently in high school, is $65 per credit, and can be covered by your Fast Forward / Advanced Opportunities funds.
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