High School Scholars Program
The High School Scholars Program provides students with an opportunity to earn college credit-at a reduced rate-for the courses that they are already taking in high school. Classes are taught at our partner high schools by approved teachers.
High School students currently enrolled in and taking qualifying classes at a partner high school can participate in the High School Scholars Program.
Enrollment Dates and Instructions
October 17, 2022 - February 15, 2023
Late Registration Period:
February 16, 2023 - March 1, 2023
(Late Registration will result in a late fee.)
Courses are $250 per course. Payments are non-refundable.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
How do I know which course to register for?
Please reach out to your guidance counselor or high school teacher to find out which one of our Molloy University courses (course codes) match the course you are taking at the high school. For example, something that may be called Italian 5 at your high school may translate to ITA 1010 at Molloy.
How does the High School Scholars Program compare to the AP Program?
The High School Scholars Program at Molloy University awards credits based on the grade you earn for the work you accomplish during your course. Credits earned through the AP Program are dependent on the score achieved on a single examination.
How do I know if I'm registered for a course?
You can use your Lion's Den account to see the courses you are registered for by clicking the "My Academics Tab" and then "My Current Schedule." You may also confirm your registration with your high school. Each partner high school has a designated High School Coordinator. Your High School Coordinator can confirm if you are on the Molloy University Course roster.
What happens if I miss the late registration period?
No registrations will be accepted after the deadline. Students who miss posted deadlines will not be eligible for college credits.
Can I drop a course and get a refund?
No, High School Scholars Program courses are not eligible for refunds.
Is there financial aid available?
The High School Scholars Program tuition is already greatly discounted from on-campus rates. Therefore, no other financial aid is available through Molloy University for participating students.
How can I find out my grade in a course?
Reach out to your high school guidance counselor or teacher to find out the grade you received in the course and use our conversion chart listed below.
What is Molloy University's grading policy?
All students must be assigned letter grades. The following grade conversion chart is generally used to transfer numerical marks to letter grades:
|Letter Grade||Numerical Grade|
|A||93.0 - 100|
|A-||90.0 - 92.9|
|B+||87.0 - 89.9|
|B||83.0 - 86.9|
|B-||80.0 - 82.9|
|C+||77.0 - 79.9|
|C||73.0 - 76.9|
|C-||70.0 - 72.9|
|D+||67.0 - 69.9|
|D||60.0 - 66.9|
How do I request my Molloy University transcript?
Please use the following link when requesting a transcript from Molloy University: https://tsorder.studentclearinghouse.org/school/ficecode/00277500 If you have any questions, please contact the Registrar's Office at 516.323.4300.
Can I transfer Molloy University credits to other schools?
Please keep in mind that credit transfer practices vary by school. Colleges and Universities that accept college credits earned through a high school program will accept Molloy University credits. Students may receive elective credits, advanced standing placement, requirement waivers, or a combination of the aforementioned. Most colleges require a minimum grade of "C" or better. We highly recommend that students directly contact colleges for information on transfer credit policies.
Will my High School Scholars Program grades affect my GPA at the college I eventually attend?
Most institutions do not factor course grades for transfer credit into a student's GPA. However, the grade you earn in your course is part of your permanent record at Molloy University and will count toward your GPA if you attend Molloy University. If you are concerned about your grades earned in the High School Scholars Program, you should contact the Admissions Office at the college/university you plan to attend for more information.
High School Scholars students who enroll at Molloy University the semester after high school graduation receive a $1,000 Tuition Grant per year. The High School Scholars Program Grant is applicable for up to four years of full-time, continuous undergraduate study at Molloy University.
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