Academically qualified students may enroll in UW Oshkosh CAPP courses, which is a convenient and affordable way for your child to earn concurrent high school and college credit, while developing key skills for future success.
If your child enrolls in CAPP courses, you will pay less than half the standard per-credit tuition rate with the cost based upon the number of credits assigned to each class. Read more about CAPP tuition.
Along with gaining an edge over other college applicants, there are many benefits for your child when they enroll in college courses in high school like developing skills to transition and succeed in college.
If your child is a junior or senior and meets at least one of the eligibility requirements, they may enroll in CAPP.
Types of Courses Offered
CAPP course offerings vary from one high school to another and may change from one term to another. Please check with your high school to determine exactly which courses are being offered and when.
Once approved under stringent guidelines by UW Oshkosh, high school teachers with master's degrees may teach CAPP courses. These teachers collaborate with UW Oshkosh professors to implement courses at your high school.
If your student is interested in enrolling in a CAPP course(s) next year, they may apply and complete the CAPP registration process online. Apply online now!
If you have questions or want to learn more about a specific course, please feel free to contact us.