Take college courses in high school.
If you’re a high school student interested in exploring college-level course work, apply for dual enrollment. This special status allows you to explore your areas of interest in more depth, so you can see if you’d like to major in it one day. You can also find out how you handle more difficult coursework, which may even give you an edge in the college admission process. Plus, qualify to earn college credits.
- High school junior or senior status
- Grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher
- Recommendation by your high school principal or guidance counselor
How to apply
Submit required medical forms
- Medical history
- Medical treatment authorization/information release
- Immunization record
- Physical exam
- Statement of insurance
Register for classes
Maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA. Once you’re accepted and pay tuition, an academic advisor will help you choose and register for up to six credit hours per semester (approximately two courses).