Academic Alliance 2.0
What is Academic Alliance 2.0?
Through a partnership between the School District of Mauston and UW-Richland, students can earn credits for high school and college courses simultaneously by taking college courses that are:
• At the high school
• During the regular school day
• Taught by qualified high school teachers working with a UW-Richland faculty liaison
UW-Richland’s high school to college transition program demonstrates a commitment to affordable & accessible higher education for academically-qualified high school students in Southwest Wisconsin.
Beginning in the 2012-13 school year, MHS students will have the opportunity to earn credits in the classes of Anatomy and Physiology and Introduction to Environmental Science.
Benefits to High School Students:
• Earn college credit for ½ the cost—50% off the lowest tuition in the UW System
• Graduate from high school with college credits which readily transfer to public and private universities
• Learn about college-level expectations in a familiar high school setting.
For the Academic Alliance website click here.