JSU's Dual Enrollment Website:
JSU's ACCELERATED/DUAL ENROLLMENT PRE-COLLEGE PROGRAM
- Applicants must have earned a “B” average or better in ninth grade work.
- Applicants must have completed the ninth grade before enrolling as accelerated students.
- All applicants must have written permission of their principal and/or superintendent.
- All applicants
must submit an application to the University as an accelerated student
along with the non-refundable application fee of $30.00.
- Dual enrollment
credit for high school units may be granted by the school system. High
school units may be earned in addition to college credits with the
permission of the superintendent.
students are subject to all rules and regulations of the University as
well as its rights and privileges. Accelerated students may register for
100 or 200 level courses in any academic field in which the student has
completed high school requirements and/or prerequisites. Accelerated
students must maintain a “C” average or better in all attempted
coursework and a “B” average in high school.
College Credit For
Accelerated Students Will Be Awarded Only After The Student Has
Graduated From High School And Has Completed All Freshman Admission
Requirements To Jacksonville State University. Official Transcripts Are
Not Available To Students Until Admission Requirements Are Satisfied.
HOW TO APPLY
First, contact your high school counselor or principal and request that a High School Approval Form
be submitted to JSU for you to participate in the Accelerated/Dual
Enrollment Program. Applicants must have earned a “B” average or better
in 9th grade work. Students must have the permission from the school
counselor, principal or superintendent to participate in the Accelerated
Second, apply online by going to the following link and completing the Accelerated High School Application: http://www.jsu.edu/admissions/forms.html
ADVISEMENT AND REGISTRATION
Contact your high school counselor or the Office of Academic Affairs at (256)782-5284 or firstname.lastname@example.org