Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment

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About the Dual Enrollment Program

In an effort to provide high school juniors and seniors with an opportunity to experience higher education while still in high school, Auburn University offers a dual enrollment program. Qualified high school students may enroll in Auburn University courses on campus or online, potentially earning college credit and high school credits simultaneously, at a reduced cost.

Dual-enrolled students take college courses while still enrolled in and attending high school. Dual-enrolled students might also include students who complete their high school courses in December but will not receive their diploma and officially graduate from high school until the end of spring in their senior year. This gives these students the opportunity to attend Auburn spring term, as they will have already completed their high school classes.

Academic Requirements

Students interested in joining Auburn's dual enrollment program and participating in college-level work must provide evidence of academic success at the high school level. A minimum ACT of 22 (or SAT equivalent) and a minimum grade-point average of 3.25 are required for consideration.

Is Dual Enrollment Right for You?

  1. You should first speak with officials at your high school to determine if dual enrollment is a good choice for you.
  2. If so, complete the application for admission and, once you are admitted, submit the $200 confirmation deposit. Questions about the admissions process should be directed to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
  3. After you are admitted, you must submit the required medical documentation to the Auburn University Medical Clinic.
  4. Once you are clear to register, contact the Auburn University Exploratory Advising Center and speak to one of their professional advisors. An advisor will help you select courses that will be applicable to your eventual degree program, should you enroll at Auburn. The Exploratory Advising Center may be reached at (334) 844-7277.
  5. Once you’ve selected courses, you will need to meet with your high school officials again, as they will make final decisions about what Auburn courses may potentially be counted toward your high school graduation requirements.
Last updated: 10/17/2017