LHU Clearfield Campus Dual Enrollment Highlights
- Only high school students who are enrolled at a high school with a signed dual enrollment agreement with LHU may utilize the dual enrollment option. Charter school, Home-schooled, nonpublic school, or private school students should contact the Clearfield Campus for additional direction.
- Dual enrollment allows high school students to take high quality, undergraduate courses at reduced rates.
- Students will receive a bill from LHU and are responsible for tuition payment and for applicable fees.
- The student's high school principal or guidance counselor will approve the student’s enrollment in a dual enrollment program based on the student’s high school academic record. The student's high school will also determine how/if the course will count toward high school graduation.
- A high school student may take up to seven (7.0) semester hours during a single semester or summer session. A high school student may earn no more than 24.0 semester hours in any school year (August through July).
- High school students are encouraged to work with their guidance counselor to determine which courses to take. The high school principal will determine how each course will count toward high school graduation.
- The courses will appear on the student’s LHU academic transcript. If the student later enrolls at LHU, these credits will be available to be applied toward the student's program of study (as applicable). If the student wishes to transfer the credits to another college/university at a later date, he/she must request that an official transcript be sent. High school students are encouraged to visit the PATRAC website, to assist in determining if a course will transfer.
- Dual enrollment students are eligible for LHU resources, including an email account, photo ID, library access, and use of student facilities on campus.
- High school students are responsible for following LHU academic policies and procedures.
- Dual enrollment students are considered to be non-degree students.
- Dual enrollment students who are interested in enrolling as a matriculated LHU college student must submit an application and complete the formal application process. Participation in the dual enrollment program does not guarantee admission to LHU.
- After deciding which courses they would like to take, students must complete a High School Student Enrollment Form. All signatures must be included. Incomplete forms will not be processed and will be returned to the student. After submitting a registration form, any changes to the student’s schedule requires written notification (emails are acceptable) to the Clearfield Campus registrar’s office from high school personnel.
- Students will be notified either by mail or phone call to confirm selection of class or to provide additional information by Mrs. Teri Neeper. Students with questions should contact Mrs. Teri Neeper: 814-768-3400 | email@example.com
- Courses must have available space in order for dual enrollment students to register.
- First time registrants will be charged a one-time additional $30.00 Registration/Transcript Fee.
- High school students do not qualify for federal or state financial aid.
- LHU costs are subject to change.