” I took a College 101 class because I wanted to have the chance to explore different courses during high school before moving on to college. They allowed me to earn college credit affordably while developing new interests for future study.”

 – Emma, 2021 Blue Jay Scholar


What is College 101?

Get a jump start on your future this Summer at Manor College! Become a Blue Jay Scholar in College 101 and take college online courses while still in high school. With courses at the low cost of only $100 per credit, take courses such as Introduction to Business, Human Nutrition Science, Macroeconomics and more to begin your college career for less while still in high school.

A program designed to give current high school students ages 16+ the opportunity to become Blue Jay Scholars. Blue Jay Scholars will have the opportunity to experience college courses facilitated by college faculty during the Summer months. These advantages will empower you with academic skills and knowledge, and the course credits you’ll earn will help you to make a smooth transition into your college career. College 101 provides a college perspective and preparation unmatched elsewhere in your high school years.

We suggest that you pair two classes together for the best value for you!


Suggested Summer Course pairings include: 

BA101 Introduction to Business (3 credits) & BA102 Principles of Marketing (3 credits)

CJ101 Introduction to Criminal Justice (3) & CJ102 Criminology (3)

EC101 Macroeconomics (3) & EC102 Microeconomics (3)

EN101 Fundamentals of Composition I (3) & EN102 Fundamentals of Composition (3)

Course Offerings (all being offered in an online format)


Summer II Course Offerings: (7/5 – 8/12)
Registration deadline: 7/5
  • BA102 Principles of Marketing (3 credits)
  • CJ102 Criminology (3)
  • CS106 Introduction to Computer Technology & Programming Concepts (3)
  • EC102 Microeconomics (3)
  • EN102 Fundamentals of Composition (3)

Have questions?

Contact youbelonghere@manor.edu for more information or call (215) 885-2360 ext. 1223