- Each student must complete a Dual Credit Application online.
- 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
- 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.
- A qualified dually enrolled high school student shall be allowed to earn an unlimited number of university credits if available at their high school.
- 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
- Participation in the dual credit program does not affect eligibility for freshman-level scholarships.
- 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