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ISU Dual Enrollment Request (Sem 1) IS401
Credit earned: 0.5 credit for 3 semester hour courses, 1.0 credit for 4 semester hour courses
Lab Fee: Tuition paid to Illinois State University
Registration Procedure:
1. Work with your U-High counselor and obtain their approval.
2. Fill out an Illinois State University “Dual Enrollment” application prior to the deadline and meet admission requirements. Although this process should take place during the course selection process, keep in mind that the application deadline for fall courses is February 1 and for spring is September 1.
3. Return the application to the Counseling Center for processing.
4. Students wishing to take a Mathematics course at ISU must take the Math placement exam.
5. Registration will be handled by a designated University College Academic Advisor. A specific registration date and time will be established each semester for dual enrollment students. University College Advisors will come to U-High to register the students at that time. Students are not to contact the university to register.
Note: The philosophy of the Dual Enrollment Program is to offer and opportunity to enhance a student’s interest in a particular field of study that is not offered at the high school.
Also note: Registration for this program will generally be limited to 30 U-High students each semester as space permits. If more than 10 students request the same ISU course, administration will determine if this specific need can be met by U-High.
Special note: Following these procedures does not guarantee a seat in any given course at ISU.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: RegularGRADE: 11-12
ISU Dual Enrollment Request (Sem 2) IS402
Credit earned: 0.5 credit for 3 semester hour courses, 1.0 credit for 4 semester hour courses
Lab Fee: Tuition paid to Illinois State University
Registration Procedure:
1. Work with your U-High counselor and obtain their approval.
2. Fill out an Illinois State University “Dual Enrollment” application prior to the deadline and meet admission requirements. Although this process should take place during the course selection process, keep in mind that the application deadline for fall courses is February 1 and for spring is September 1.
3. Return the application to the Counseling Center for processing.
4. Students wishing to take a Mathematics course at ISU must take the Math placement exam.
5. Registration will be handled by a designated University College Academic Advisor. A specific registration date and time will be established each semester for dual enrollment students. University College Advisors will come to U-High to register the students at that time. Students are not to contact the university to register.
Note: The philosophy of the Dual Enrollment Program is to offer and opportunity to enhance a student’s interest in a particular field of study that is not offered at the high school.
Also note: Registration for this program will generally be limited to 30 U-High students each semester as space permits. If more than 10 students request the same ISU course, administration will determine if this specific need can be met by U-High.
Special note: Following these procedures does not guarantee a seat in any given course at ISU.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: RegularGRADE: 11-12