Dual enrollment

Lynn offers a select group of high school juniors or seniors the opportunity to take college courses for credit while still in high school. When you apply to college, these credits can be evaluated for transfer credit at the college of your choice, giving you the opportunity to get a head start on your college career.

Admission requirements

  • High school junior or senior status
  • Grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher
  • Recommendation by your high school principal or his/her designee

How to apply

Submit a dual enrollment application.

Tuition

Dual enrollment costs

You will need to complete a financial release form to allow us to discuss finances with anyone else, such as your parents or grandparents.

Registering for classes

Once you have been accepted and paid your tuition, you’ll be assigned to an academic advisor who will help you select and register for the appropriate 100 or 200-level courses. Dual enrollment students can enroll in up to 7 hours per semester.

To continue in the program once enrolled, you must maintain a minimum GPA of 2.0 in your courses.

Student ID card (Lynn One card)

All dual enrolled students must obtain an official Lynn University student identification card (Lynn One card) to be admitted to campus and use campus facilities.

  • Fill out the Campus ID Card Form.
  • Bring the form, with a photo ID (school ID, driver’s license or passport) to the Student ID card office on the first floor of the Green Center, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. We’ll take your photo and issue you a Lynn One student ID card.

Required medical forms

Once you have been admitted, you will be sent a link to the following medical forms, which must be completed before you are able to begin taking classes at Lynn.

  • Medical history
  • Medical treatment authorization/information release
  • Immunization record
  • Physical exam
  • Statement of insurance