Eligible high school juniors and seniors may enroll in university courses. Registration forms are available from high school guidance counselors and the Office of Admissions. High school guidance counselors are responsible for determining student and course eligibility for school district state funding. The Admissions Committee determines eligibility for home-schooled students interested in dual enrollment at the university. Dual enrolled students are responsible for all tuition and registration fees that are not covered by school district state funding.
Dual Enrollment Tuition Charge
The cost for dual enrollment is $140 per credit, plus any additional fees. Although school district state funding normally covers these charges, students are responsible for any balance not covered by the school district.
The university will admit an academically qualified student during the junior year of high school. The admissions policies for regular students apply to early admission students.