Students who are high school juniors or seniors may apply for enrollment in the Division of Continuing and International Education.
Step 1: Confirm your Eligibility
Students must be a junior or senior in high school, have at least a 3.5 GPA and:
- A letter from high school stating student is eligible for the course (letterhead preferably or have a transcript)
- A letter of permission from a parent stating student can take the course (mail, email, fax)
- SAT/ACT test scores for Math or Physics courses
- AP test results if the course has a prerequisite
Step 2: Make an Advising Appointment
Make a phone or in person advising appointment:
Step 3: Apply Online
- Go to the online application menu >>
- Create an account.
- Select Non-Degree (Undergraduate, Graduate, and Credit Cerfificate) Online Application.
- Submit the $75 nonrefundable application fee with your application.
Important: Please Note
All new students are required to provide proof of immunization against measles and rubella, and all international students are required to submit proof of a tuberculosis (TB) test at least 12 months prior to registration. New students must complete the immunization form prior to arrival on campus. Read more about Health Center immunization requirements.