Trinity Western University – Bellingham is offering a new program this fall designed to help people “fast-track” their freshman year of college.
At the end of the program, which runs from mid-September through mid-April, students can transfer to another university as a sophomore.
According to the program description on the univesrity’s website: “Earn a full year of university credit (31 sem. hrs.) of TWU core requirements (GUR’s or GEN Ed’s). Courses selected for this program will consist of topics from the following disciplines: English, writing, geography, psychology, sociology, communications, religious studies, human kinetics, intro. to university, history, fine arts, and/or philosophy.”
Trinity Western University is a Canadian Christian university; the Bellingham branch campus opened in 2007.
There is an information meeting on Wednesday, June 8, at 6:30 p.m. at Trinity Western University – Bellingham, 143 West Kellogg Road. For more information, attend the meeting, or contact Executive Director Linda Long at firstname.lastname@example.org.