Dual enrollment

Start college with up to 28 credit hours already under your belt.

Begin college while you’re still in high school, and be that much farther ahead in reaching your goals. If you’re a qualifying high school junior or senior, you can take college courses at Lynn for credit. Then, when you’re ready to start at the college of your choice, transfer these credits.

Admission requirements

  • GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Current status as a high school junior or senior
  • Recommendation from your principal (or designee)
  • Submit a dual enrollment application

Registration requirements

Dual enrollment students can enroll in up to seven credit hours per semester. After acceptance, you’ll be assigned to an academic adviser to help you select appropriate 100- or 200-level courses. In order to stay in the program once you have been accepted, you must maintain a GPA of 2.0 or higher.

Once you have been admitted, you will receive a link to fill out the following medical forms required for Lynn University:

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

All dual enrollment students must have an official Lynn University student ID card to be admitted to campus and use campus facilities. To obtain a student ID, visit the student ID Card Office on the first floor of the Green Center, Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.

Learn more about costs for dual enrollment now. 

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