Friday, April 29, 2011

College Credit for Rosetta Stone Spanish

The Bluedorns report on College Credit for Rosetta Stone Spanish?:

College credit for Rosetta Stone Spanish? Yes! Now you can. Rosetta Stone recently announced a partnership with James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA to offer Spanish 1 for 3 college credits to students who are at least at high school junior level academically. In order to help get the word out to homeschoolers, they contacted me with a contest offer to our blog readers. They’re giving away Rosetta Stone branded mp3 players to 5 winners.


Post the information below (the paragraphs between the ***’s) on your blog – and if you have multiple blogs you can enter multiple times with separate entries.

Don’t have a blog? You can still enter by posting the information on your Facebook page.
Easy, yes? Make sure to include the link back to this original post when you blog and/or Facebook and then leave a comment here on this blog post letting me know so I can enter you to win.

Don’t forget to include your email address so we can notify you if you’re the winner!

Do you know a high school Junior or Senior who would like to knock out 3 college Spanish Credits without setting foot in a classroom (except maybe the one in their home)? Rosetta Stone has partnered with James Madison University, a fully accredited four year institution, to offer college level Spanish 1! Enrollment is now open, and learners can start in as little as 8 days from today! Online courses begin every Monday, and the complete intensive program takes 16-weeks to complete.
In addition to Rosetta Stone online coursework, the program includes live online sessions with a tutor who’s a native Spanish speaker. This beginner-level course also gives students access to their own Success Agents dedicated to helping students succeed in Spanish.
This is a strictly limited offering open to the first 500 students to enroll. In other words, courses begin on Mondays only as long as there are still openings, and once there are 500 students enrolled, no more classes will begin. To be eligible, students must be at least high school junior level academically, OR at least 18 years of age.
To learn more or enroll today, visit


Janine and I have our daughters using Rosetta Stone.  It is is a good program.

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