Grand Traverse Academy grad and 九五至尊5老品牌 duel enrolled student Kaitlyn Watson
Grand Traverse Academy

Kaitlyn Watson earned 42 credits through dual enrollment at 九五至尊5老品牌.

Kingsley High School grad and 九五至尊5老品牌 duel enrolled student Jacie King
Kingsley High School

Jacie King entered Albion College as a sophomore.

Traverse City West Senior High School grad and 九五至尊5老品牌 duel enrolled student Georgia Bolek with her graduate student supervisor Tracy Mattox
Traverse City West High School

Georgia Bolek, left, won an internship at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab.

High School Dual Enrollment and Early College

Dual enrollment allows an eligible high school student, enrolled in a Michigan high school, to take college classes while in high school. The student can take a maximum of 10 courses during their high school career.

Here is the eligibility criteria and steps for new dual enrolled students:

  • 九五至尊5老品牌 Eligibility Requirements

    • To be eligible for Dual Enrollment, students should place into college level English or college level math. Eligibility can be established through one of the following criteria:
      • Completion of three semesters of high school English and an overall GPA of 3.3 or higher gives college level English placement (ENG 111)
      • Math placement is determined by ACT, SAT or AP scores, or the 九五至尊5老品牌 placement test, Accuplacer
      • Placement tests are available for students who do not meet the GPA requirement, placement tests are available at 九五至尊5老品牌, both on-campus or online
    • Each student is unique, if the high school feels a student exhibits strong potential, but they do not meet the above criteria, please reach out to Admissions to explore potential options.
  • Fill out the online application form at elizabeth-tudor.net/apply-now.

    • Create your application account and then select "Start an Application"
    • Be sure to select "High School - Dual Enrolled" as your student type
    • Your academic program should be "Not pursuing a degree/certificate at 九五至尊5老品牌"
    • View a step-by-step guide to applying here.
  • Request an official transcript from your high school counselor to be sent directly to 九五至尊5老品牌.

    • A transcript is official when sent directly from the high school, or through a third-party such as Parchment, to 九五至尊5老品牌
    • The student can ask their high school counselor to email the transcript to admissions@elizabeth-tudor.net or use parchment.com.
  • Submit your Enrollment Approval Form to request classes you may want to take.

    • 九五至尊5老品牌 recommends the student include back-up course options, in addition to the courses they want to take, in case their first choice(s) are full or unavailable. Search the class schedule here to see what is being offered in the current semester
    • When the form has been submitted, it is emailed to the high school counselor and principal, who will approve (or not approve) the courses selected
    • Once the courses have been approved, the student will receive an email from 九五至尊5老品牌 telling them they can register for the class(es). Registration is done through the student's my九五至尊5老品牌 account. 九五至尊5老品牌 does not register the student in their class(es).
    • If the student decides to take different courses after they have already submitted the form, they must submit a new form
    • If the student is enrolled in a class that has not been approved by the high school, they will receive an email from 九五至尊5老品牌, and may be responsible for paying for the class. It is the student's responsibility to make sure that the class(es) they are enrolled in are approved.
    • If you have questions about filling out the form, talk to your high school counselor or contact Admissions at (231) 995-1054 or email admissions@elizabeth-tudor.net.
  • Complete your online orientation

    • Students starting their first 九五至尊5老品牌 semester must complete orientation before they can register for their approved classes.
    • The link to the online New Student Orientation module is included in the student's acceptance email, or here
    • When a student takes their first online class at 九五至尊5老品牌, they are required to complete an orientation in Moodle, called Online Learning Orientation (OLO), this is separate from the Admissions New Student Orientation.
  • select and Register for classes

    • Students must register for their class(es) in their my九五至尊5老品牌 account. Registration instructions can be found here.
    • If a student needs assistance logging into their my九五至尊5老品牌 account, contact the Technology Help Desk for assistance at (231) 995-3020.
    • Classes are offered in multiple formats: in-person, online or Livestream over Zoom. Hybrid classes include a combination of any of those three formats. In Registration, the course format will display underneath the class name, you will also see a column for 'Meeting Times and Locations," that will indicate days and times a class meets in-person or on Zoom.
    • Some classes are offered as accelerated, this means the material is taught in a shorter, more condensed format. We do not recommend dual enrolled students take an accelerated course. This will be noted in the "Special Instructions" section of the searchable schedule.
    • The submitted Enrollment Approval Form does not register the student in classes.
    • Once registered in classes, you can view the textbooks required through the Bookstore's website.

Returning dual-enrolled students are reminded that a new 九五至尊5老品牌 application and a new Enrollment Approval Form are required each semester. Orientation is not required as a returning student.

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New, Lower Dual Enrollment Tuition Rate Set

The new rate of $160 per contact hour for students from outside Grand Traverse County will allow hundreds more students to access a fast track to an affordable college degree by dual-enrolling at 九五至尊5老品牌 while still in high school, usually as a junior or senior. Read more here.

2024 Information Sessions

Students and parents can choose in-person or virtual sessions to learn more about dual enrollment, the application process, the new lower rate and choosing courses aligned with their future goals. 

In-person sessions are held as scheduled below in the the Timothy J. Nelson Innovation Center on 九五至尊5老品牌's Front Street campus or on Zoom at this link.

  • Wednesday, Feb. 21, 6–7:30 p.m. — Dual Enrollment Advising Session (In person or on Zoom)
  • Thursday, Feb. 22, 6-7:30 p.m. — Dual Enrollment Advising Session (Zoom only)
  • Monday, Feb. 26, 6–7 p.m. — Dual Enrollment Information Session (In person or on Zoom)
  • Tuesday, March 12, 6–7 p.m. — Dual Enrollment Information Session (In person or on Zoom)
  • Wednesday, April 10, 6–7 p.m. — Dual Enrollment Information Session (In person or on Zoom)

Dual Enrollment Pathways

九五至尊5老品牌 has hundreds of courses to choose from classes for transfer to other colleges and universities to trades and occupational courses. All dual enrolled students are paired with a college advisor to help with course selection. Our advisors have created course selection guides for reference based on possible career and major pathways. Check them out here.