Dual Enrollment

  • What Is Dual Enrollment?

    The dual enrollment program offered by Indiana University of Pennsylvania permits high school juniors and seniors to take college courses for credit while still in high school. The courses may be taken in the classroom or online. Courses are available at the Indiana, Northpointe, or Punxsutawney campuses.

    To be eligible to participate in the program, students must have a 3.0 overall GPA and be recommended by their high school guidance counselor. Students are restricted to liberal studies courses. If a student wishes to register for a course not on the suggested course list, prior approval must be obtained from the Director of Admissions.


    New to Dual Enrollment?

    If you are a student new to our dual enrollment program and have not taken courses with us, please fill out the required forms below for the semester in which you are applying.

    New Student Fall 2015 Forms​

    Returning to Dual Enrollment?

    If you are a student returning to our program and have taken dual enrollment courses before, please fill out the required set of forms for the semester for which you are applying.

    Returning Student Fall 2015 Forms