Admission as a dual-enrolled student at CMU allows students to enrich their educational experiences and gain college credit while completing their high school degree.

Benefits

  • Students can take classes at CMU that are not available in their high schools.
  • Students may take one or two college courses each semester or session.
  • CMU Admissions will work with students to enroll them in courses that meet their individual needs once they are accepted.
  • CMU accepts dual enrollment credit from other colleges.
  • Dual enrollment students may count their earned CMU credits both toward high school graduation requirements and college requirements.

Requirements

In order to be accepted for dual enrollment at CMU, students must:

  • Be a high school junior or senior. Other students may be considered in exceptional cases.
  • Satisfy the admission requirements for new CMU freshmen.
  • Receive a recommendation and approval of course selection from a high school counselor or principal.
The application, decision, and registration process may take up to four weeks.

Application deadlines:
Fall semester – July 15
Spring semester – November 19
Summer I – April 2
Summer II – May 13

How students can apply

  • Apply online (Application must be resubmitted every semester that a student enrolls.) They should not use the Global Campus/CMU Online application. Dual enrolled students are not charged an application fee. Instead, they should select "Pay Later" at the end of the application.
  • The following documents must be sent to Alex Bohnsack at abohnsack@cmich.edu every semester:
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