Dual Enrollment @ Religious Colleges

Many families look for religious colleges to provide their teen’s dual enrollment courses. In this post, I’ll share 5 of the more established options that many members of our community take advantage of.

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Bluefield College (Virginia)
Private 4-year *religious university
Program Name: Dual Enrollment
Cost: $100 per credit, books extra, grades 10+, no placement testing, 8-week classes. May take any course offered from the full catalog. Students from UT, NY, WI, KY, RI, or NJ are not able to participate.
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Brigham Young University (Utah)
Private 4-year *religious university
Program Name: Independent Study (NOT the “high school students” program)
Cost $212 per credit, books extra, no age restriction, no placement testing, courses are self-paced, take any course from the Independent Study catalog. Note: If you live local, you can enroll in the Concurrent program.
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Campbellsville University (Kentucky)
Private 4-year *religious university
Program Name: Dual Credit
Cost: $91 per credit, 10-12th grades, books extra, classes are 8-weeks long, unrestricted course list for 100 and 200 level courses as long as prerequisites have been met.
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Grand Canyon University (Arizona)
Private 4-year *religious university
Program Name: Dual Enrollment
Cost $52.50 per credit +  $105 digital textbook fee/course, start dates every 2 weeks (rolling start dates), 60 credit max, attend on-campus or online, 10th grade or higher, a restricted list of classes to choose from, students have access to academic advising and degree planning support.
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Liberty University (Virginia)
Private 4-year *religious university
Program Name: Dual Enrollment
Cost is per course but on a scale based on the number of credits ($274-$730), 11th and 12th grade, can participate in an associate degree program or a la carte, 8 or 16-week semesters, a restricted list of classes to choose from.
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Executive Director of Homeschooling for College Credit