Every high school student deserves an opportunity to get an early start on college
Creating Early College Experiences for Students in Eastern Oregon
When students have the opportunity to participate in college-level courses and earn credits or certificates while still in high school, it means real financial savings for families today.
Eastern Promise is a program aimed at providing early college credit opportunities for high school students, and a program whose objective is to increase the college/university going culture of rural Oregon. When enrolled in a course through EP, students are eligible to receive both high school and college credit for coursework. Students get a jump start on college while concurrently satisfying high school requirements.
Increasing the number of students who are prepared to attend college directly from high school is the goal of Eastern Promise. Whether you’re a high school student pursuing college credits or an associate’s degree, a teacher or professor looking to connect with other Eastern Promise educators and students, a parent interested in learning how your child can get involved, or a community member curious to find out more, the resources you need are all here.
Eastern Promise is a collaboration between Blue Mountain Community College, Eastern Oregon University, Treasure Valley Community College, the InterMountain Education Service District and school districts in Eastern Oregon.