Cornerstone University offers high school and homeschool networks the opportunity to partner with us to create a specific program that meets the needs of your students. On-site partnership programs are all unique. A partnership with CU provides you with the opportunity to develop a culture of early college amongst your students and help them gain access to post secondary education earlier.
Cornerstone currently partners with Southfield Christian High School. Southfield Christian offers two dual credit courses on-site at Southfield Christian campus. Classes are taught by Certified Southfield Christian teachers, and approximately 125 students have completed dual enrollment course work through this partnership.
It is the responsibility of the student to complete their application and ensure all materials are turned in through the appropriate channels. Students are responsible for communicating with their admissions counselors and for completing their registration preference form. Once students are enrolled in courses, all course work and requirements are the responsibility of the student. When working with students regarding the dual enrollment process, please have them start on our admissions process page.
Students must request their own courses using the registration class preference form. If students have questions about courses or registering, they may need to contact their CU admissions counselor for further details.
Withdrawing from Courses
Please contact the Registrar's Office with questions about withdrawal deadlines for students.
For questions about withdrawing from courses and refund policies, contact the Financial Aid Office at 800.787.9778.
Academic Integrity Policy
Our university policies are available for students to review in the Cornerstone University Student Handbook. Encourage your students to review the handbook as they begin the dual enrollment admissions process.
In accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 as amended, it is necessary for Cornerstone officials to obtain written consent from a student prior to releasing information from the student's financial record to most sources outside the university. FERPA policy also allows the release of directory information.
Sending High School Transcripts to CU
Public or private school students can send their transcripts directly to the Admissions Office by email, fax or mail. They can also request their information be sent through Parchment or SENDedu. Homeschool students are encouraged to send documents directly to their admissions counselor or the Admissions Office.