Several types of students call Madonna University home. Our convenient location and comprehensive academic and student support resources allows students to reach their educational goals.
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Madonna University provides the opportunity for eligible students to earn college credit while attending high school. Students can enrich their education, jump-start college, save money, explore career and personal interests, and access Madonna University resources.
Dual enrollment students are granted the full privileges of any Madonna University student. A special tuition rate of $180 per credit applies to all approved Dual Enrollment registrations. In most cases, the State of Michigan will reimburse the tuition and other related costs.
Students that meet the following criteria are eligible to take dual enrollment courses:
- Have at minimum 2.5 cumulative unweighted GPA
- Standardize test scores show readiness for college-level work
- High school schedule must allow student to attend Madonna course time slots accordingly
To begin the process of dual enrollment please review and complete the following documents:
All dual enrollment students are required to meet with Undergraduate Admissions to register for courses. To set up an appointment, or for more information, please contact Lauren Nobles in Undergraduate Admissions at 734-432-5768 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We welcome guest students. Students attending another college may register for two semesters without completing the official admission process. A Permit-to-Register form can be completed through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions to register as a guest student. Please note that financial aid does not apply to guest students.
Students attending Marygrove College, Sacred Heart Seminary, or University of Detroit Mercy may participate in a special consortium arrangement that allows registration at Madonna University while completing degree requirements at your home college. Please note that financial aid does still apply for these students.