Since 1978, Project Acceleration, a concurrent enrollment program within the College of Arts and Sciences at Seton Hall University, has allowed high school students in New Jersey and New York to get a head start on their university careers. Over the course of their high school career, students can earn up to 22 credits from Seton Hall University for approved courses taken in their secondary schools. Subjects include Mathematics, Computer science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Economics, Psychology, Political Science, Religion, Classical Studies, Sociology, History, Communication, English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Latin, Greek, Japanese, Music, Art, and Education. The college credits earned through Project Acceleration are accepted at more than 200 colleges and universities. There are currently 175 high schools offering Project Acceleration courses and approximately 3000 students participate each year.
- "Project Acceleration credits put me way ahead. I can possibly graduate one year early."
- "I would recommend Project Acceleration to anyone interested in attending college."
- "Participating in Project Acceleration is the best decision I ever made."
- "Project Acceleration courses saved time and money. They helped me to work on my major immediately."
- "Great Program - Highly Recommended"
- "Project Acceleration was worth it!"
- "Project Acceleration helped me get ahead."
- "Project Acceleration is a great bargain."
- "Project Acceleration is very beneficial."
"Project Acceleration is a tremendous opportunity to achieve advanced standing after acceptance to college. From an economic perspective, the tuition cannot be beat. I would encourage any qualified student to seize the opportunity."
Craig R. Martin, Teacher
St. Joseph's High School
Metuchen, New Jersey