Earn College Credit in High School
The Fundamentals of Video Production
Rider’s Program for Advanced Scholastic Standing (PASS) is a great way for high school students to get a jump on college by earning college credits while in high school. And better still, those college credits will only cost $100.
Rider will award 3 college credits to high school students who apply for the program, and have successfully completed with a grade of a B or better pre-approved video production courses at their high school.
How to get started: Check with your TV/Video Production teacher or guidance counselor to see if your school participates in PASS, and to find out which courses you need to take to receive college credit.
For more information about PASS credits or how your school can get involved with PASS, please contact:
Dr. Barry Janes
Department of Communication & Journalism
2083 Lawrenceville Road
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
Email: [email protected]
The Program for Advanced Scholastic Standing is aimed at allowing high school students to earn college credit by successfully completing carefully selected courses taught in the high schools by high school faculty. Rider University would award college credit for an appropriate basic Rider course if and only if learning experiences at the high school level of instruction duplicate those at Rider. Other colleges and universities will transfer PASS credits according to their own transfer policies.