Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment provides students with an opportunity to take college courses and high school courses at the same time. The college credits count toward both high school graduation and your college transcript.  

Classes are taught through Clarion Online, Main Campus or Venango Campus in Oil City based on availability. Courses are taught by qualified university faculty.

 All Spring 2018 Dual Enrollment Applications are due by Monday, Dec. 18, 2017

Dual Enrollment is open to students who:

  • Are in their sophomore through senior year (who haven't graduated high school)
  • Have a cumulative 3.0 high school QPA or higher
  • The student must meet requirements for one of the following standardized tests:
    • Keystone/PSSA at the proficient or advanced range for math and/or reading and/or writing tests (at least one advanced for PSSA)
    • PSAT/SAT 1030
    • ACT 22

Getting Involved in Dual Enrollment

  • Complete the Dual Enrollment Application
  • Choose courses from the Approved Dual Enrollment Course List
  • Submit an official High School transcript with overall GPA, and SAT/ACT test scores, PSAT, or PSSA/Keystone Exam results for evaluation.
  • Obtain signatures from their principal, guidance counselor and parents
  • Mail or Fax Application to: Clarion University Admissions Office, 840 Wood Street, Clarion, PA 16214, 814-393-2030.

 

Dual Enrollment Costs

Funding exists to reduce the cost of a course for students meeting program requirements. Current costs: $115 per credit (up to 3 credits only) plus a one-time $50 nonrefundable records fee for new Dual Enrollment students.

Each student is responsible for the cost of book(s) for their course. Students may enroll in one course each term at the reduced tuition rate; the second class in any term will be at full tuition and fees. (One term includes, Fall, Spring and one Summer session.)

*NOTICE* Parents/guardians must first be authorized by students to obtain information regarding student accounts. If you wish to release your records to anyone please complete the Release of Information Form to release academic records, which include grade transcripts, class attendance information, student personnel records, credential files, financial aid records, and student accounting records.

Financial Aid & Payment "How to" Information

 

Transition to College

Transition from high school to college is made easier by participating in Dual Enrollment.  Some advantages include: 

  • Giving you time to adjust to rigorous academic expectations
  • Remaining in a more comfortable setting (your home or high school) 
  • Smaller class size
  • More opportunities to ask questions

Transferring Credits

Your credits at Clarion University are already part of your official transcript, so you will be earning general education credits toward your intended major. If you decide not to attend Clarion University following graduation, we can help you transfer to the college or university of your choice. You can also explore transfer options at PA Trac for more information.

 


For any additional information contact Lacy Nettleton at 814 393 2306.

Last Updated 10/5/17