Admission as a dual enrollment student at Central allows students to enrich their educational experiences while completing their high school graduation requirements.
- 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.
In order to be accepted for dual enrollment at CMU, students must:
- Be a high school senior. Juniors may be considered in exceptional cases.
- Satisfy the admission requirements for new CMU freshmen - including a 3.35 or higher cumulative grade point average and a 22 ACT composite score.
- Receive a recommendation from a high school counselor or principal.
- Apply six months or more before the start of the class they wish to take.
How to apply
- Apply online or by mail using the regular CMU application.
- Counselors must complete the appropriate portion on the application and forward it, along with the student's $35 application fee, to the CMU Admissions office.