College Credit Opportunities | Wahlert Catholic High School
In partnership with Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC), as well as our local colleges and universities, students are able to take college level courses through Wahlert's Placement in College Credit (PICC) program, Post-Secondary Enrollment Option (PSEO) program, as well as our concurrent course options and Advanced Placement program.
Navigate the information below for additional information on Wahlert Catholic High School's PICC and PSEO programs, in addition to our concurrent course options and Advanced Placement (AP) program.
Wahlert Catholic High School offers several opportunities for students to achieve college credit during their high school experience.
College Course Equivalency Guides
University of Northern Iowa, Northeast Iowa Community College, and The University of Iowa
Has your Wahlert student taken college courses while a student here? Use the course equivalency guides linked below to learn more about which of your students' college courses transfer to these specific schools. If you have specific questions about which college courses transfer to your students' college or university, please contact the school's admissions office for more information. You may also find additional information about specific course transfers by accessing the school's online course catalog.
Student Paperwork Requirements | PICC & PSEO Programs
Physical copies of the paperwork linked below can also be found in Wahlert's Counseling Office.
- Once completed, students are to turn in their PSEO/PICC paperwork directly to the Counseling Office.
- Students are to also turn in their completed off-campus permission form to the Counseling Office with the PSEO/PICC paperwork. Students are unable to leave campus for their college course if this is not turned in.
- Students interested in taking a PICC course, who live within the Dubuque Community School District, (shown on student schedule as: "College Release-Online") through Northeast Iowa Community College are required to complete the PICC Course Paperwork.
- Students interested in taking a concurrent course (shown on student schedule as: College Writing I & II (ENG-105 & ENG-106), Public Speaking (SPC-112), Introduction to Psychology (PSY-111), should complete the online registration linked here.