Dual Enrollment STEM Course Pathway

Quad Cities region students interested in preparing for four-year programs in science, technology, engineering or mathematics-related or STEM fields have a new opportunity to take university courses while they are still enrolled in high school.
Students can get a jump start on university STEM-related courses and prepare for university-based academic programs. Students have the opportunity to engage in coursework on campus and online, meet faculty and students, and take advantage of tuition discount and the 4-year guarantee if they enroll at Western Illinois University. The dual enrollment course pathway can lead to programs based on either the Macomb or Quad Cities campus.
This fall, a grant opportunity will cover the remaining one-third of tuition costs for two classes, for up to 125 students from McDonough, Hancock, Warren, Knox, Brown, Adams, Schuyler, Henderson, Fulton, Cass, Mercer, Henry, Rock Island and Whiteside counties. Students can take two WIU classes at no cost during the Fall 2022 semester.

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