Earn Dual Credit With Marian University’s Advanced Study Program
Earn High School and College Credit
High school and homeschool students who have completed their sophomore year and are ready for rigorous coursework can take classes at Marian University for dual credit—that is, each class counts toward high school graduation and also for college credit.
- Applicants must be under age 19 and have completed sophomore level high school work.
- The applicant must have earned at least a 3.00 GPA on a 4.00 scale in previous high school work, and must obtain a grade of C or higher in Marian University courses to remain in the program.
- Applicants should take one of the following tests:
- PSAT (minimum score of 91 accepted)
- PLAN (minimum score of 18 accepted)
- ACT (minimum score of 19 composite accepted)
- SAT (minimum score of 910 accepted)
How to Apply Acceptance letters are sent via mail.
How to Enroll
- Students applying through a high school program must return a completed registration form to the Marian University Office of Admissions.
- Students applying to take courses on campus at Marian University must contact the Office of Admissions to set up an advising appointment to register for classes.
- Students who do not enroll for any courses for one semester or longer must re-apply for future semesters.
Please contact us if you have any additional questions.