Dual Enrollment Online Students

Dual Enrollment Online Students

Dual Enrollment Students: Get Started

CCU Academy dual enrollment courses have been developed for high school students who are able to engage in rigorous, college-level coursework. The courses are taught 100% online by highly qualified CCU faculty. Each course costs $100 per credit hour and is offered three semesters per year in 10- to 15-week blocks. (See eligibility requirements.)

Homeschool students may take CCU's online dual enrollment coursework without having to find a local partner high school. Co-ops can form student cohorts or homeschool students may work independently and form cohorts with other students across the United States.

Transfer Scholarship at CCU

After high school graduation, CCU Academy students will be eligible to receive up to a $5,000 CCU Academy Scholarship to CCU's College of Undergraduate Studies.

Get Started Today!

Complete a few simple steps to enroll in dual enrollment online courses at CCU and access our student resources.

Register for dual enrollment online courses.

Registering for a dual enrollment course can be completed in under 10 minutes. Payment is due at time of registration. Check with your high school counselor about CCU dual enrollment courses when planning your academic year.

Create your CCU Login.

You will need a CCU Login to access important student resources. To set up your CCU Login account, you will need your CCU student ID number, which you will receive the next business day after registering for courses.

Log into Self Service.

Using your CCU Login credentials, you can log into CCU's Self Service portal to access your academic record. You will be able to view your classes, credits, final grades, and print your unofficial transcripts.

Obtain transcripts for dual enrollment courses.

Dual credit students may download unofficial transcripts through Self Service or order official transcripts through CCU's online transcript portal.

Student Eligibility Requirements
  • Students must be 15 years old or older to take the online dual enrollment courses.
  • Students must present a scanned birth certificate or driver's license as proof of age.
  • Student must have access to a working computer with reliable internet access.
  • Student must complete their registration(s) within the scheduled deadline.
  • Student must complete a course according to the CCU assigned calendar semester.

CCU Academy Contact Info

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