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What is a Dual Enrollment Applicant?

  • Dual enrollment applicants are those who are in their junior or senior year of high school and would like to earn college credits while in high school not through a formal agreement between their high school and Point Park University.

Admissions Requirements

  • Must be a high school junior or senior
  • Minimum 3.30 cumulative grade point average in college preparatory courses, OR...
  • A total SAT score of 1200 or ACT Composite of 24.

Application Requirements

  1. Completed application form. Apply Online Free (no fee and no deadline).
    >> Select Undergraduate Application 
    >>Student Type: Non-Degree
    >> Possible Academic Major: High School Dual Enrollment
  2. Official high school transcript
  3. Letter of approval from high school guidance counselor or college counselor
  4. Signed parental/guardian permission form if applicant is under 18 years of age

Official Transcripts

  • Have a seal or statement indicating no seal
  • Have a graduation date if applicable
  • Have a degree earned if applicable
  • Have an authorized signature
  • Are mailed to Point Park by issuing institution OR...
  • Are submitted electronically by your high school utilizing Parchment or E-script online transcript services

Unofficial Transcripts

  • Are photocopies or scanned copies
  • Have been faxed or e-mailed
  • Do not have an authorized signature
  • Are mailed to Point Park by someone other than the issuing institution


Dual Enrollment 2022-2023:

For students taking Point Park courses (online or on-ground) at Point Park University.

  • Tuition: $200/credit
  • Total (for 3 credits): $600

Mailing Address

All documents may be sent under separate cover to:

Point Park University
Office of Admissions
201 Wood Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15222