Last modified: November 6, 2019
UVU Distance Education
High School Students can take actual UVU courses through Live Interactive Education!
Live Interactive Education (formerly called Distance Learning) is a great opportunity for Timpview students to earn college credit while in high school. Utah Valley Professors are on the UVU campus teaching in a special classroom designed to transmit the class throughout the state. The high-tech equipment enables students to communicate with the professor on campus in real-class time while attending their high school class at Timpview High School in the Media Center.
Distance Learning courses give dual college and high school credit. For each 3-credit hour college class taken, students receive 1.0 high school credit. Distance Learning course offerings differ from year to year however, Timpview High School tries to maintain General Education (GE) courses consistent for high school and college graduation.
Participation in this program requires students to block out the odd/even high school class time to follow the UVU schedule and calendar. UVU courses in the Fall semester may begin before high school classes start in August. UVU courses in Spring semester may begin before the end of high school classes first semester in January.
NOTE: Distance Learning registration deadlines are different from the Concurrent Enrollment registration deadlines.
Students in this program purchase their own textbooks and other materials that may be required by the instructor
For scheduling and registration in this program meet with the high school Concurrent Enrollment coordinator, Lisa Pulver (firstname.lastname@example.org) in the Distance Education room located Media Center.
UVU Spring course registration begins in November, with UVU classes beginning in January.
UVU Fall course registration begins in May, with UVU classes beginning in August.
Class size each semester is limited State wide. Register for courses early to secure your seat.