The dual enrollment program allows students to be concurrently enrolled in both high school and college courses, either online or in the classroom. Upon successfully completing coursework, you will earn college credits that will be applied to your LHU transcript. If you decide to attend elsewhere, LHU credits are able to be transferred. Read below for details on how to get started!
Are you a highly motivated high school student who is eager to find out what college is like? The LHU dual enrollment program allows qualified students from select local high schools to earn college credits through Lock Haven University at a 75% discount! Students receive credit for all courses where a passing grade is earned. There is no fee to apply!
LHU currently has a dual enrollment agreement with the following school districts (homeschooled students within these school districts also qualify):
Things to consider:
- Dual enrollment students are not eligible for financial aid.
- Students will be registered after the registration period has ended for current students.
- Enrollment is based on space availability.
- A form must be submitted for each semester/session the student wishes to enroll.
LHU welcomes dual enrollment students throughout the year. You can study during a summer session or an academic fall or spring semester.
To see if dual enrollment courses might be right for you, complete the two steps below.
Review our list of recommended courses to see what might be of interest to you.
View Course Offerings in myHaven to see which courses are available and the dates and times they are being offered.
The spring schedule is typically available in early-November and the summer and fall schedules are typically available in early-April. Students should consult with their school counselor to ensure that courses meet their high school's graduation requirements.
Students must complete an application and be approved for dual enrollment. This process includes approval from the student's parents, high school and LHU.
- Complete and submit the online Dual Enrollment application:
- Print, complete and return the Permission and Course Preference Form:
Dual Enrollment applications should be submitted between the dates posted for the intended semester/session:
Summer Session 1: May 1st - TBD
Summer Session 2: May 1st - TBD
Fall Semester: May 1st - TBD
Spring Semester: December 1st - 16th
For additional information regarding dual enrollment, please contact the Admissions Office at 570-484-2027 or firstname.lastname@example.org.