Beginning in January 2021, Catholic University will offer dual enrollment courses to high school seniors (Class of 2021) who are currently homeschooled. This initiative will allow students to earn Catholic University credits before the official start of their undergraduate studies. Students are limited to two courses (six credits) for the January term.
The cost will be $225 per credit (3-credit courses will cost $675) and will be taught online. These are regular sections of Catholic University classes and space is limited. Availability will be determined after the University’s degree-seeking students complete their registration process. Priority for dual enrollment courses will be given to students who have applied for admission to the University’s Class of 2025 (beginning in the 2021-2022 academic year).
Students interested in applying for Dual Enrollment classes must complete the application and submit a current high school transcript including grades from the first three years of high school and the academic schedule for the senior year. Applicants are encouraged to provide first-, second-, and third-choice classes, and to indicate whether they wish to take one class or two. The priority deadline is December 15, 2020, and registration approvals will take place on a rolling basis. Applications will be considered after the initial deadline on a space-available basis. There is no application fee.
The Spring 2021 semester will begin on January 25 and conclude on May 8.
The University plans to expand this program for the two Summer 2021 sessions, with a wider array of classes available. All rising high school seniors (in addition to homeschooled students) will be eligible for dual enrollment classes. Additional details will be provided in April 2021.
To view courses, select a Subject (below), then click on View Catalog. By clicking on the course name, you can view the class schedule, instructor, and the course description.