Dual Enrollment Requirements
High school juniors and seniors may get a head start on their college education by enrolling in online college courses offered via Liberty University Online (LUO). Through this Dual Enrollment partnership program, academically advanced students may earn college credits in a variety of subjects.
Because all Liberty University coursework is accredited, courses are transferable to other universities if the student were to choose to attend a college other than Liberty.
Students desiring to take dual credit courses must have a minimum 2.7 cumulative GPA, completed 12+ high school credits, and be over the age of 13.
Students who fail a dual enrollment course may repeat the course one time. The student must pay the tuition for the repeated course. If the student is planning on graduating from LUOA, the original and second attempt grades are listed on the FA high school transcript and factored in the student's overall LUOA GPA. A second failed course will result in the removal from the LUOA dual enrollment program. The student may continue to enroll in LUOA high school courses, but will not be allowed to enroll in additional dual enrollment courses.
A complete list of courses being offered for dual high school/college credit is provided on the LUOA’s Dual Enrollment page.
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