Advanced credit may be earned by a high school student who--
- Has completed the sophomore year
- Ranks in the upper 50 percent of his or her high school class or has a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
- Has written approval from school counselor or principal
- Submits a current transcript
Placement scores are required for English or math courses.
Up to nine semester hours may be taken during the summer session. During a regular semester, an advanced credit student may enroll in a variable amount of credit depending upon high school principal or counselor recommendation and the approval of the Registrar.
The student pays tuition and fees and is not eligible for financial aid. These credits will be transcripted with grades that apply to college GPA.