Students who have completed their junior year or are currently in their senior year of high school may apply for high school nondegree enrollment. Exceptions for high school juniors and underclass students may be considered.
Students wishing to be considered for Dual Enrollment must have a minimum cumulative grade-point average of a 3.0. Juniors must also submit a standardized test score.
Seniors may take up to 8 credits a semester and earn a maximum of 16 credits; juniors and underclass students must contact a Penn State representative to learn about their credit options.
Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in each course to remain in the program.
Credits earned under the provisions of this program are valid at any Penn State location and may be transferred to another institution in the same way as any other Penn State credits.
Students who have graduated from high school may not participate in this program.
A special part of the Dual Enrollment program is a grant-in-aid in the amount of 50 percent of the tuition for a maximum of 8 credits per semester. Books, technology fees, and activity fees will also be applied. Students are encouraged to contact their high school counselor or Penn State Fayette admissions for more information.
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