Dual Enrollment while in High School

Effective Spring 2013

The State of Michigan mandated that all public universities, effective January 3, 2013, must award credit for transferable college-level courses taken by high school students. President Coleman signed the following statement: 

The University certifies that, by January 3, 2013, it will not consider whether dual enrollment credits earned by an incoming student were utilized towards his or her high school graduation requirements when making a determination as to whether those credits may be used by the student toward completion of a university degree or certificate program.

Starting with incoming students in Spring 2013, under this new policy, LSA will allow transferable dual enrollment credits to count toward LSA requirements and degrees. Admissions will review dual enrollment credit for  as transfer credit and they will post accepted courses to a student's U-M transcript.  Students should work with their LSA academic advisor to determine how transfer credits work toward their degree requirements.

 

 

Dual Enrollment Policy (Effective through Winter 2013)

LSA Dual Enrollment Policy (Effective Spring 2013) (PDF)

Dual Enrollment FAQs (PDF)



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