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What is dual enrollment? Dual enrollment enables eligible, highly motivated high school students to earn college credit while simultaneously attending high school. Courses are taught by distinguished La Salle professors. Depending on the program, students will learn in-person/on campus, online, or a combination of both.

Why La Salle for dual enrollment?

The La Salle Explorer is more than just a mascot. Being an Explorer is our way of life. We teach our students how to blaze their own paths, to go forth into the world with certainty and purpose, and to enthusiastically explore as they become the people they want to be.

Through La Salle’s Dual Enrollment Pathways, the Explorer educational experience is available to talented and promising high school students. Participating high school students don’t just get head starts on their college educations. They also save money (all programs are tuition-free to the student) and time while building self-confidence and skills as they engage in college life by learning from college professors.

Students who choose to continue their college education at La Salle are able to take advantage of the dual enrollment experience; automatically qualify for a scholarship and apply credits earned toward their degree.

Which Dual Enrollment Pathways Program Works for Me?

Community Scholars
High school juniors and seniors enrolled in the School District of Philadelphia

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Diocesan Scholars
High school seniors enrolled in Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia

La Salle’s Early Achievement Program (LEAP)
High school juniors and seniors attending one of the many schools partnering with La Salle in LEAP

Who do I contact with questions?


Jean W. Landis
Director, Dual Enrollment Pathways

La Salle University is a member of the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP), an organization with the goal of ‘advancing quality college courses for high school students.’