Students with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 who have completed four semesters of high school are eligible for dual enrollment at EMU.
Dual enrollment allows a student to take college-level classes while still in high school. These credits will become part of the student's college transcript and can often be used to meet high school graduation requirements.
Students applying to be dual enrolled are financially responsible for the classes for which they enroll and all applicable university fees. The costs for some dual enrolled students are sometimes reimbursed by the school district. This happens in cases where the student has completed all available courses in a subject area offered by the district and the student wants to continue in that subject area. This most commonly occurs with foreign language and math courses.