If you're looking to dual enroll as a homeschool student, Cornerstone University can help! We work with you so that you can succeed in every area of life while following God's calling. One of the ways we do this is by giving you the opportunity to jump into your college studies early through dual enrollment. Explore dual enrollment options in Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo or online.
Our Dual Enrollment Program is open to homeschool sophomores, juniors and seniors. To apply for acceptance as a dual enrollment student, you must meet our general student requirements. Returning dual enroll students do not need to reapply.
Sending Your Transcripts to CU
Homeschool student transcripts should be created using Cornerstone's recommended template. Two signatures are required for us to process your transcript and deliver an admissions decision. Please send documents directly to your admissions counselor or the Admissions Office.
Requesting CU Transcripts
To request registration for a dual enroll course, you must be accepted to Cornerstone. If you have not yet been accepted, apply here to begin the admissions process. Once you have been admitted you will be able to register for courses.
Hybrid Course Offerings
If you reside in the Kalamazoo area, you can take advantage of our hybrid course offerings. A hybrid course has both online and in-person components. The course meets in person once a week for a three-hour time block bi weekly and online throughout the rest of the semester.
Beginning in Fall 2020, CU will offer three hybrid courses.
- CSS-100: Learning Strategies
- REL-104: Old Testament Literature
- REL-204: New Testament Literature
If you are interested in more information or attending one of our open houses, please complete the Interest form below.
These courses are held on CU's Kalamazoo campus located at Westpointe Office Park, 1080 N 10th St, Kalamazoo, MI 49009. For more information, contact Care Allen, assistant director of early college programs, at care.allen@cornerstone.
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