Early / Dual Enrollment Opportunities
About Dual Enrollment
This program allows high school juniors & seniors the opportunity to take college courses at the local schools listed on this website.
Dual Enrollment Schools:
To check and see if your dual enrollment classes will transfer click here: https://www.pacollegetransfer.com/
All Dual Enrollment classes will appear on your Official Transcript. If you do not want it to show on your Official Transcript, your parents will need to write a letter to Dr. Galen to have it removed.
Arizona State University–Prep Digital
See Ms. Batdorf in the counseling office before enrolling.
ASU Universal Learner Courses
ASU Universal Learner Course benefits:
ASU Universal Learner Courses are a selection of popular first-year college courses available online.
Through Universal Learner Courses, high school students can test the college waters and begin making progress towards a college degree, in a low risk financial model.
- Low risk. Pay for your course only if you successfully pass with a “C” or higher.
- Earn identical academic credit. Same courses, same ASU faculty, same credit. Use the credit at ASU or another university.
- Begin today. No application required. Start making progress towards your degree immediately.
How it Works
- See Ms. Batdorf in the Counseling Office
2. Select your courses.
3. Select “Upgrade Course” to take the course for academic credit ($25 fee).
4. Complete the course with a “C” or better and pay the course cost if you would like to receive academic credit ($400). If you do not pass the course, no payment is collected.
5. Once you pay for the class you need to print out an unofficial copy of your transcript and bring it to your counselor. Follow these instructions to print:
- Login to your MYASU home page @ my.asu.edu
- go to the box that says “My Classes”
- then go to “Grades and Transcripts” from there you can order transcripts.
Thaddeus Stevens–Early Enrollment
This program allows students to attend Thaddeus Stevens full-time during their senior year. You would earn college classes as well as high school credits.
- 2.5 cumulative GPA or higher -some majors require a 2.5 or higher in Algebra 1 and 2.
- Students must pass a writing and math Compass exam
- Application to Guidance by February 1st
- $3700 tuition per year (payment plans are available).
- $3700 meal plan (optional).
- Applications will be open on Aug 1st and the NEW deadline is February 1st . Placement testing must be completed by March 1
The application consists of –
- Online application – http://stevenscollege.edu/apply/ – select “Early Enrollment” option
- Fee waiver
- Official high school transcript
- Two reference forms – one from the student’s school counselor and one from a teacher of the student’s choosing
- PLEASE NOTE – We will be conducting our early enrollment visits only online for this year via Zoom. The link above does have info on the Zoom dates as well as registration. Please feel free to share this out with your students.
- Dorms and lockers are not available for students.
- High school students are not eligible to participate in college athletics.
- If you receive free/reduced lunch at EHS, there are grants that you may receive.
- If you have questions, please see your counselor in January of your junior year.. You will need to:
- Contact Megan Dancause at Thaddeus Stevens email@example.com to set up a tour and testing session.
- Once you have been accepted, let your counselor know so we can adjust your schedule accordingly.
Pennsylvania College of Health Science–Dual Enrollment
Experience college in a state-of-the-art learning environment while getting an early start on your future degree. Dual enrollment allows eligible high school students to enroll in general education courses while also completing high school requirements. For more information click here.
You must get a recommendation from your High School Counselor prior to applying that you meet the below criteria!
Students who have completed the following requirements can apply for dual enrollment:
- Earned cumulative GPA of 2.5 or greater
- Algebra I and II
- Biology with lab
- An advanced science with lab such as chemistry, physics or advanced biology
Please see your counselor to verify eligibility and a letter of recommendation. Once completed, Contact the college for a free application at 800-622-5443 or admission@PAcollege.edu
Overall requirements : http://www.hacc.edu/OnlineLearning/FutureOnlineStudents/OnlineAdmissions/High-School-Dual-Enrollment.cfm?cssearch=550151_1
Please have new students submit their applications online as soon as possible, and please have them upload their HS transcripts in their applicaiton. If they can not upload the document, please have them send their HS transcripts to firstname.lastname@example.org.
HACC Application Instructions Video
We offer 3 College in the High School Classes through our High Teacher College Environmental Science (Bio 103), Macroeconomics (Econ 201) , and Microeconomics (Econ 202). When filling out the Enrollment form for these classes you only put the course code. No CRN # is needed for these classes. They are $238.50 for a 3 credit class.
CRN numbers are needed for any other course taken at HACC and can be found on the Class Schedule website http://www.hacc.edu/ProgramsandCourses/ClassSchedules/index.cfm These are $397.50 for a 3 credit class.
If students want to drop a class after it starts, please give them the DAW form.
Millersville University–Dual Enrollment
Updates coming soon!
- The high school counselor must grant approval indicating that the student is capable of handling college-level material.
- Students should be juniors or seniors in high school.
- Students should have exhausted all or most of the academically challenging coursework offered by their high school.
- Students should at least meet, or preferably exceed, typical admissions guidelines. Recommended criteria for the current year are: Grades B or better (approximate GPA of 3.0 or higher)
- Students should submit an electronic application for Dual Enrollment (Paper applications are no longer accepted).
- Students must select courses from the approved course list. Students should only apply for courses they would like to enroll in.
Lancaster Bible College- JumpStart Dual Enrollment Program
If you’re a junior or senior in high school or homeschool and you already know that God has called you for a special purpose, Lancaster Bible College wants to give you a jump start on your college education!
Through our JumpStart dual enrollment program, high school students can take one tuition-free course each fall and spring semester at LBC’s Eden Road campus before graduating from high school. In addition to the tuition-free courses, gaining experience in a college classroom and having the chance to get a feel for campus life, students who enroll full-time at Lancaster Bible College will receive a scholarship while enrolled in Jumpstart.
- High school juniors and seniors only.
- Courses must be taken on campus (no online courses).
- Students must be in good standing with their high school and the college and have a GPA of 3.0 or above.
- Students must profess faith in Jesus Christ as their Savior and agree to the college’s Statement of Faith.
- Students are required to complete and submit scores for the PSAT, SAT, ACT or CLT. To be successful in college-level courses, students MUST meet the following score criteria in order to be considered for admission:
PSAT/PSAT10 score – at or above 490 in the math, at or above 490 in the critical reading section, as well as a combined score of 980 on those sections
SAT score – at or above 490 in the math, at or above 490 in the critical reading section, as well as a combined score of 980 on those sections
ACT score – at or above a 18 composite with a score of no less than 18 on the math or reading sections
CLT/CLT 10 score – at or above 54.
For more information click here.
At Messiah University, high-achieving high school juniors and seniors of at least 15 years of age are eligible to apply for dual enrollment. We welcome dual-enrolled students from public, private, charter, home and cyber schools. To learn more click here!
Harrisburg University-Dual Enrollment
Dual enrollment is academic programming that enables
Ephrata Area School District sophomores, juniors and
seniors to take college courses that satisfy high school graduation
and college credit requirements.
EASD/HU Program of Study
MATH 220 Calculus I
Course at Harrisburg University Instructor at Ephrata Area School District: Bret Marzock and Jason Buck
3 Semester Hours Course at Ephrata Area School District: Advanced Placement Calculus
This course introduces techniques to evaluate limits and covers continuity, special trigonometric limits, absolute value limits and
differentiation of algebraic, trigonometric, and logarithmic functions. The course explores intermediate value theorem, mean value
theorem, and extreme value theorem. Other topics for exploration are application and formal definition of derivative average rate of
change versus instantaneous rate of change, velocity, and the introduction of the definite integral and its applications. A graphing
calculator is required for this course.
MATH 280 Introductory Statistics
Course at Harrisburg University Instructor at Ephrata Area School District: Bret Marzock and Jason Buck
3 Semester Hours Course at Ephrata Area School District: Advanced Placement Statistics
This course covers elementary topics from the probability and statistics of both discrete and continuous random variables.
Topics include independence and dependence, mean, variance and expectation, and distributions of random variables. Statistics
is applied to hypothesis testing. This course provides the student with a broad, general knowledge and understanding of
statistics. The emphasis of this course is on the utility and practical application of statistics rather than on the mathematical
derivation of statistical principles.
MATH 120 College Algebra
Course at Harrisburg University Instructor at Ephrata Area School District: Bret Marzock, Jason Buck,
3 Semester Hours and Kristopher Miller
Course at Ephrata Area School District: Algebra 3 Trig
This course is designed for the student with an elementary knowledge of algebra. Topics include properties of real numbers,
problem-solving using equations and inequalities, algebraic functions, graphing, systems of equations and inequalities, polynomial
functions and graphs, exponents and radicals, the binomial theorem, zeros of polynomials, inverse functions, and applications
and graphs. Free on-line graphing and calculating utilities are used in lieu of a graphing calculator. This course meets a total of
4 hours per week to permit active learning activities each week driven by student interests or needs.
Pennsylvania College of Art & Design
PCA&D is offering dual enrollment courses to seniors.
Tuition is $1200 per credit hour
Eastern Mennonite University
• Early enrollment program for exceptional high school students.
• Online, Moodle mediated, general education courses.
• Read about our Communication Technology: Requirements & Competencies
• College credit for these courses which may be used toward completion of a career certificate or an associate or baccalaureate degree.
• Concurrent high school credit may also be earned as determined by the high school guidance counselor.
1. Students should have successfully completed (B or better) at least some of the academically challenging coursework offered by their high school (i.e. AP courses).
2. The student’s high school advisor or, if home schooled, a parent or guardian must complete the Student Academic Eligibility Form. This form affirms that the student has demonstrated the intellectual ability and maturity to engage with and successfully complete a college level course. Submit this form to: email@example.com
Registration for General Education Course Enrollment
3. The student must complete a registration form. No application fee is required. All course placements are subject to seat availability. If a course is full you will be placed on a waiting list.
4. When the student’s Student Academic Eligibility Form registration form have been completed and submitted by the semester registration deadline, the high school student will be placed in an open section of a class. Students wishing to take more than one course are asked to wait until the drop/add period before enrolling in additional courses and will need to use our existing drop/add process.
Follow this link for more information .
Lancaster School of Cosmetology & Therapeutic Bodywork
Students planning to utilize financial aid
For students who are planning to utilize financial aid to attend the Cosmetology program, there are several scenarios based on state, federal and accreditation law and regulation.
If a student has completed all graduation requirements by December of their senior year, they could begin the Cosmetology program in January of their senior year and utilize financial aid. The school would need to produce a letter stating the student has completed all requirements needed for graduation. This document is acceptable to show high school completion and the student may apply for financial aid. (If the student has this document, they are not counted as part of the 10% of high school students permitted to attend.)
If a student has completed all graduation requirements by January or February of their senior year, they could begin the Cosmetology program in March of their senior year and utilize financial aid. The school would need to produce a letter stating the student has completed all requirements needed for graduation. This document is acceptable to show high school completion and the student may apply for financial aid. (If the student has this document, they are not counted as part of the 10% of high school students permitted to attend.)
If a student has not completed all graduation requirements by December (or some other point) of their senior year, but the high school will count attendance in the Cosmetology program as high school credit for completion, the student could begin in January, March or April of their senior year. (As the Cosmetology program is a clock hour awarded program and not a credit hour awarded program, the high school would determine how many credits they would apply toward high school completion based on possible hours completed. However, financial aid will have to be delayed until the student has completed all requirements for high school completion. The student will be permitted to start school but would have a monthly payment until financial aid could be processed at the time of high school completion. That monthly payment amount varies based on the individual student. Should the student withdraw prior to financial aid processing and disbursement, the student would be responsible for all monies owed at the time of withdrawal based on the school’s approved refund policy.
In all instances described for early admission, students will receive a $1,000 early admission scholarship from Lancaster School of Cosmetology & Therapeutic Bodywork.
Full time – Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9am to 4pm Friday and Saturday 9am to 2pm
¾ time – Tuesday thru Saturday 9am to 2pm
Evening – Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 5;30pm to 9:30pm
See Ms. Batdorf for more details.