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Dual Enrollment

Dual enrollment is a great choice for high school students who are ready to begin their college education while completing their high school degree. Upon recommendation of their counselors or principal, and with approval of the USC department, high school juniors and seniors, who have excelled in their studies, may enroll in appropriate courses at the University.

How to Enroll

High school concurrent applicants must have a High School GPA of 3.0 or higher (4.0 scale) and the recommendation of the high school principal or their designee, following the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education’s Statewide Higher Education Policy for Delivery and Transferability of “Dual Enrollment”.  A student may also receive free tuition through the Lottery Tuition Assistance Program if they take between 6-12 credit hours within a semester.

If a student takes less than 6 credit hours, then the LTAP funds cannot be applied. Additionally, for any credit hours beyond 12 within a semester, the student is responsible for payment of those additional credit hours

 

Documents Needed

Students must provide the following documents in order to be fully admitted to the dual enrollment program.

  1. Application – A Dual Enrollment application must be completely filled out and turned into our office before a student is considered for admission to USC Union’s dual enrollment program. You can print a paper application form from the links below, or come by our office and pick up an application.
  2. Citizenship Verification – This verification form can be downloaded or  can be picked up in our office. We will also need a copy of your driver’s license or birth certificate for citizenship verification.
  3. High School Transcript – You or your guidance office will have to provide us with a copy of your high school transcript in order to verify your GPA.
  4. Financial Aid Forms – In order to receive lottery tuition assistance, the Financial Aid form must be completed by the student and a guidance counselor. These forms change every academic year..

If you plan to attend a College or University that is not part of the USC system, you must request an official transcript in order for the course credit to transfer to that institution. If you have any questions or need any additional information, please contact Blake Wilson.

 


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