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Maryville College welcomes qualified area high school juniors and seniors to take classes on a space available basis. Students are considered for admission as a Dual Enrollment (or Highland Scholar) students if they have a minimum of a 3.0 grade point average or a minimum ACT of 21 (SAT of 930.) For consideration by the College, students must submit a high school transcript and have the high school principal and guidance counselor sign the application. Students who have completed college-level courses at other institutions must also submit official transcripts from each former college or university. Students must reapply for each term they wish to enroll as Dual Enrollment students at Maryville College and continuation is at the discretion of the College. The deadline for submitting Dual Enrollment applications for the fall term is August 15 and for the spring term is January 15.
High school students are limited to no more than 8 credit hours each fall and spring term. Confirmation of enrollment in specific courses is the responsibility of the Assistant Director of Admissions based on “view only” access in PowerCampus of the course section openings. Based on a list of courses approved by the Division Chairs, the Assistant Director may designate an empty class seat for a Dual Enrollment student. Exceptions to the list of approved courses may be made with the authorization of the Division Chair. The College reserves the right to cancel classes due to low enrollment or other unforeseen circumstances. In such cases, the College will make every effort to place affected students in an appropriate alternative course and will notify them immediately.
To apply as dual enrollment student, please submit the following:
Maryville College is proud to have enrolled and graduated many outstanding homeschooled students. Your process for admission is the same as for public or private school students. However, we strongly encourage you to stay in contact with your Admission Advisor to make sure your application materials are complete.