Did you know that if you have a student that is in their junior or senior year they can take classes at EKU that will count as both college AND high school credit? All they need are the proper test score and a high school transcript.
Additional Testing – If a student is missing an ACT sub-score to participate in the Dual Credit program, he/she can take a placement test at EKU to raise that score. To view information on these placement tests, please go to http://testing.eku.edu/. Students also have the option of using a KYOTE or COMPASS score. Remember, they still need the ACT or PLAN Composite score, but any of these tests can be used to replace the sub scores of English, Math, or Reading.
Earn college credit from EKU while still in high school
Applications - The online application is open for your rising juniors and seniors to start applying! Students should go to http://dualcredit.eku.edu/how-do-i-apply-0 and follow the instructions. Students will still need to turn in end-of-year transcripts and the tuition acknowledgement form, signed by a parent or guardian.
Dual Credit at WKU
You can also earn credit while in high school by taking online classes through Western Kentucky University.
WKU offers online classes during the fall and spring semesters. Early registration is encouraged as more popular classes will fill. Click here to register. New students must also apply to be a WKU dual credit student.
Need help paying?
Scholarships are available to homeschool students wishing to attend dual credit classes at either Eastern Kentucky University or Western Kentucky University. Those scholarships are made possible through the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority. Please click here to be taken to the KHEAA website for further information.