Dual Enrollment

Students

Student Responsibilities

  1. Each student must complete a Dual Credit Application online.
  2. Students must have completed a minimum of fourteen (14) core high school units and have a minimum cumulative 3.00 grade point average on a 4.00 scale OR have a minimum cumulative 3.00 grade point average on a 4.00 scale and earned a minimum ACT composite score of 30 or the equivalent SAT
  3. A minimum ACT composite of 16 is required for admission to DSU. Minimum ACT scores must be met for some discipline specific courses. For example, a 17 or better sub-test score in English is required to take a dual credit course in English Composition; a 17 or better sub-test score in Reading is required to take a dual credit course in History or Literature; and a 20 or better sub-test score in Math is required to take a dual credit course in a college-level math course. Student may take the ACCUPLACER instead of the ACT/SAT. If ACCUPLACER is replacing ACT/SAT test scores, all sections must be passed for admission. ACCUPLACER requirements for sub-test scores also must be met for English, Reading, History or Literature, and math. Both an overall passing of all sections and passing of sub-test are necessary in order to be placed in dual enrollment.
  4. A qualified dually enrolled high school student shall be allowed to earn an unlimited number of university credits if available at their high school.
  5. Acceptance to the dual credit program does not qualify the student for full-time freshman admittance. To be considered for admission to DSU, the student must apply for admission as a first-time freshman and meet the admission requirements as set forth by the
  6. Participation in the dual credit program does not affect eligibility for freshman-level scholarships.

Fees

  • Dual credit fees and tuition are subject to the University Refund
  • Students shall pay a one-time, non-refundable application fee of $25.00
  • Tuition for dual credit instruction will be $125.00 per 3-hour
  • Course or lab fees as determined by the university may be charged
  • Required textbook(s) are paid by the student unless provided by the high school

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