At Cornerstone, our dual enrollment students only pay $191 per credit. It's easy to begin, just three simple steps.
- Submit a free online application (only high school juniors and seniors qualify).
- Submit your high school transcript (3.0 cumulative GPA or higher is required).
- If applicable, written permission from your high school guidance counselor.
Class options include many 100 level courses and select 200 level courses. An example of the types of classes offered can be found below.
Math and English course selections require a placement exam or ACT/SAT scores to be submitted. Students are limited to taking 2 courses or 7 credit hours per semester as a dual enroll student. The maximum amount of credits allowed for the duration of dual enrollment is 24 credit hours. Only juniors and seniors in high school may apply.
The following subject areas require additional exams and/or interviews to be completed prior to the opening of class registration.
- English: ACT/SAT scores must be submitted.
- Math: Placement exam required.
- French: Placement exam required. Contact your admissions counselor for options regarding language placement.
- Spanish: Placement exam and interview required. Contact your admissions counselor for options regarding language placement.
Cost is similar to local community colleges, but at CU you'll experience smaller class sizes, professors who really want to get to know you and classmates who share your love for Jesus.
- $191 per credit hour
- $35 technology fee
- Other fees may apply depending on the courses you enroll in
- Books not included
- Fall Semester
- Deadline to apply: August 1
- Students must be admitted by August 5 to qualify for class registration
- Spring Semester
- Deadline to apply: January 1
- Students must be admitted by January 5 to qualify for class registration
Please Note: Returning dual enrollment students do not need to reapply.
Dual Enrollment Orientation for the Fall 2016 semester has passed. The Spring 2017 Orientation date will be posted late fall.
Please Note: Each dual enrollment student who has registered for classes must sign the Release of All Claims.