Indiana University of Pennsylvania invites exemplary students from our partner school districts to earn college credits through our Crimson Hawk Dual Enrollment Program.
This program allows juniors and seniors to take IUP liberal studies courses, experience college, and start preparing for their future goals while still in high school. Courses may be taken online or in the classroom at the Indiana, Northpointe, or Punxsutawney
Successful completion of the coursework will earn you regular college credits, which will be applied to your official IUP transcript. In addition, all credits meet IUP’s academic curriculum requirements for degree completion. If you decide to attend another
university, most of the credits you’ve earned may be transferred to that institution after enrollment has occurred, according to their transfer policies.
Students who earn admission to the dual enrollment program pay a significantly reduced rate: a 75 percent discount on tuition per credit. Additionally, because the courses you take can be applied to future college requirements, you may save time
and money when actually completing your degree. Students who apply to the STEM Academy program may also be eligible for additional scholarship funding.
Many students are concerned about the transition from high school to college. By participating in IUP’s dual enrollment program, you will have the benefit of experiencing the rigor of a college course before you are finished with high school. Faculty
do not know that you are a high school student—you are on the class roster alongside the college students—so you really have the chance to get the full experience of what it is like to be a college student at IUP. We think you’ll enjoy it and may
even want to stay.
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 or wishes to register for more than two courses per semester, approval is required.
There are many benefits to enrolling in the dual enrollment program.
Please fill out the required forms below for each semester for which you are applying. Use the included checklist to determine what you need to submit as a new or returning student.
** Enrollment for the Spring 2021 semester has concluded. Check back in late March for the Summer 2021 Dual Enrollment Application and early April for the Fall 2021 dual enrollment application. **
Assistant Director of Admissions Sutton Hall, Suite 120