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High School Dual Enrollment

Explore a wide range of on-campus and online courses through SAU’s High School Dual Enrollment program. Even if you aren’t planning on attending SAU after high school, the credits you’ll earn in the dual enrollment program will likely transfer to the school of your choice. Our regional accreditation by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools facilitates transfer of credits to colleges and universities nationwide.

Admissions Requirements

High School Dual Enrollment students must…

  • Be a junior or senior in high school.
  • Have a GPA of at least 3.2, an ACT score of at least 21 or an SAT score of at least 1060.
  • Designate a school official or parent as a mentor.

Applicants should submit the following materials:

Please send your materials to:

SAU Admissions Dual Enrollment
106 E. Main St.
Spring Arbor, MI 49283

F: 800-968-0011

Dual enrollment students must earn grades of “C” or better in order to remain in the program.

Program Costs

To limit out-of-pocket expense to students, SAU’s dual enrollment program costs have been aligned with the State of Michigan Dual Enrollment Calculation Worksheet available on the Michigan Department of Educationwebsite. The cost of dual enrollment tuition is subject to change each year based on the State of Michigan’s Dual Enrollment Budget amounts. 

If your high school is approved for funding from the state, you may receive no out-of-pocket expense (except for book costs or course fees). For students attending a high school that hasn’t been approved for state funding, the cost is a discounted “per credit hour” charge. Dual enrolling students are permitted to take up to nine credit hours per semester at the dual enrollment rate. Any credits taken over this limit will be charged at the regular enrolled student rate. 


To find out more about High School Dual Enrollment at SAU, and to learn more about which courses are available, call 517.750.6697 or email