Get a jump start on your college career! Marian University's Advanced Study Program provides you with an excellent opportunity to earn college credit before you finish high school.
The credits you earn will transfer toward a bachelor's degree at Marian University. In most cases, they will also transfer to other colleges.
If you are admitted to our Advanced Study Program, you agree to abide by all university policies and procedures, including those for tuition and fee payment. Enrolling in this program does not commit you to attend Marian University after you finish high school.
You can take classes at some area high schools OR on our campus.
To take a course at a partner high school, please apply for the semester in which you want to take your first course. See below for the application process.
To take a course on our campus, apply for admission (see below) and submit all required documents. Once you gain admission to the program we will contact you to schedule an advising appointment to register for classes.
Contact the Office of Undergraduate Admission at (317) 955-6300 or firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
To be admitted to Marian University's Advanced Study Program, you must:
NOTE: You must obtain a grade of C or higher in your first enrolled course in order to continue in the program and take courses in subsequent semesters.
If you are ready to get started, the first step is to apply for admission.
Tuition rates for high school students interested in dual-credit study are offered at a discount. The cost is $25 per credit hour, which means a standard three-credit Advanced Study Program course costs $75. Students may take up to 36 hours of dual credit courses at Marian University.
Direct questions about billing and payment to our Business Office at email@example.com or (317) 955-6020.
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