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What is dual credit?

Currently enrolled and eligible high school students can take dual credit courses with IU Southeast. These classes may count toward their high school diploma while simultaneously earning students college-level credit that may be used toward their future IU Southeast degree.

How can I earn dual credit at IU Southeast?

IU Southeast offers high school students 3 ways to earn dual credit:

Special High School Student Status (HSS)

Eligibility

Eligible high school students must have completed their Junior Year of high school and meet first-year/freshmen admission standards, this includes providing PSAT, SAT, or ACT scores. In addition, students must provide a letter of recommendation from their high school Guidance Counselor or Principal.

HSS FYIs

Special High School Students attend on-campus, IU Southeast courses with our general student population. A semester-by-semester course listing can be found on the Schedule of Classes page. HSS Students are not eligible for Financial Aid, tuition and fees can be calculated by visiting the Tuition and Fees page. Once admitted, HSS students can meet with an Academic Advisor for help scheduling classes. Classes begin in fall, spring, and summer. HSS students adhere to first-year deadlines.

Have more questions?

Speak with one of our Admissions Counselors at (812) 941-2212 or email admissions@ius.edu for further details.

Advanced College Project (ACP)

Eligibility

ACP courses are taught by Indiana University certified high school teachers. As a result, only high schools with certified instructors are eligible for this program. Students must have a 2.75 GPA to be considered for admission. Admission and registration is coordinated through the high school’s appointed Guidance Counselor. Classes are offered beginning in fall and spring only.

Is my high school an ACP high school?

Contact IU Southeast’s Dual Credit Coordinator at (812) 941-2212 or admissions@ius.edu.

Bridge-to-College

Eligibility

Bridge-to-College courses are taught by IU Southeast faculty members at participating schools only. As a result, only students from participating Bridge-to-College high schools are eligible for this program. Admission and registration is coordinated through the high schools appointed Guidance Counselor. Classes are offered beginning in fall and spring only.

Is my high school a Bridge-to-College high school?

Contact IU Southeast’s Dual Credit Coordinator at (812) 941-2212 or admissions@ius.edu.


IU High School

IU High School is offered through Indiana University-Bloomington only. It is a distance education (online) program serving the academic needs of high school and adult students who are seeking to earn or complete a high school diploma. For more details, visit IU High School.

I previously earned dual credit through IU Southeast

If you have completed HSS, ACP, or Bridge-to-College dual credit courses with IU Southeast and you are in need of an official transcript, contact the Office of the Registrar at (812) 941-2240.

I am a high school Guidance Counselor

If you are a high school Guidance Counselor interested in arranging ACP or Bridge-to-College courses with IU Southeast, please contact our Dual Credit Coordinator at (812) 941-2212 or admissions@ius.edu.

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