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Dual Enrollment FAQs

Dual Enrollment FAQ

Who qualifies as a Dual Enrollment student?
Dual Enrollment students are high school juniors or seniors with a GPA minimum of 3.0 looking to get a jump start on college. 

Who are the professors?
Online classes are taught by Gordon College faculty, experts in their field and dedicated to integrating their Christian faith with their area of expertise. You can find out more about our faculty by visiting the departmental webpages on this website.

Are the credits I earn online transferable?  
As an accredited institution, Gordon credits are transferable to both private and public colleges and universities. If you choose to enroll at Gordon after as an undergraduate student, these credits will help you get a head start on your college graduate requirements saving time and money.

How much will it cost?
Cost per credit for Dual Enrollment students is only $150 ($600 per 4 credit class). This is an 81% discount on standard tuition costs. 

How do I apply?
Complete the online application here. The application includes a guidance counselor recommendation form that can be submitted after applying.

What happens next?
Admissions will review and contact you. If accepted, you will be invited to self-register for your courses. Detailed instructions will be provided to guide you through this process. Then, get ready for your first day! Class options are available for all terms; fall, spring and summer.

When do I need to apply by?

  • Apply by May 15 for Summer Term
  • Apply by August 15 for Fall Term
  • Apply by January 7 for Spring Term

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