High School + College, All at Once

Dual Enrollment at NGU

You’re Thinking About Your Future – So Are We!

Earn college credit while still in high school. Enjoy higher level learning from a Christian perspective. Experience campus life and set yourself up for a smooth transition into college. That’s the Dual Enrollment Program, at NGU.

Plus, you won’t have to break the bank to start earning college credit. NGU’s Dual Enrollment Program has a flat fee of just *$100 per credit hour. Invest in your future while saving money today. That’s your win-win, at NGU.

*Rates may vary with our partner locations. We recommend checking with your school for additional cost information.

It’s easy to get started. If you’re a high school junior or senior (at least 16-years-old) with a maintained GPA of 3.0 (or better), you’re eligible for the Dual Enrollment Program. Get started today with four simple steps.

  1. Submit your online application.
  2. Download and print the Dual Enrollment Permission Form.
  3. Contact your high school guidance counselor to sign and submit the form (and your transcript) to NGU at the address below.
  4. Contact your school for any additional application requirements (if studying with one of our partner locations).

Lowering the cost of college? Amplifying your HS grade? Over-achieving? No matter the reason, we want to hear from you. Connect with an Early College professional—Epic.  


One Step Ahead? Pssh! Try 24 Steps Ahead!

As a Dual Enrollment student, take up to (2) courses each semester for a total of (8) courses before you graduate from high school – good for 24 college credit hours. Now that’s thinking 24 steps ahead!

Have questions? We’re here to help!

Textbooks. Payment options. Registration. Tutoring. Student ID. Parking permits. Chapel. CLEP Courses. Transferring credit. (And more!)

We realize you have a LOT to think about – and we’re here for you. Simply put, we want your every day to be epic. So, give us a call at 864.977.7001 and let’s get your journey started, together.

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