If you are either a junior or senior, have a strong academic background, and anticipate attending college, you should meet with your guidance counselor about Ball State's dual credit courses and whether you qualify to take them.
Required CriteriaYour high school principal or guidance counselor can recommend you for dual credit if you meet the following criteria:
You may not exceed 15 semester hours of concurrent enrollment courses unless an exception is established by Ball State.
What You Schould ExpectThis program can prepare you to attend college by providing opportunities for you to get ahead and gain experience. Expectations may be higher than other courses in your high school. Dual credit courses are college courses, and the teacher will expect the same quality of work from you as from students in the same course taught on campus.
Though the admission to Ball State's dual credit courses does not guarantee admission to Ball State as an on-campus student, we record your grades permanently on a college transcript from Ball State.
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