Through The University of Findlay’s Dual Enrollment Program (UF-USA Program), students collect college credits while still in high school at significant savings over regular tuition. Parents and school districts work together to give students a head start on college!
SIGNIFICANT COST SAVINGS!
If you’re concerned about the cost of a college education, the UF-USA Dual Enrollment program can offer considerable savings. By earning college credit in high school at a fraction of college tuition costs, students can reduce their investment in higher education.
Develops familiarity with college-level learning
Enriches the high school curriculum through teacher training
Can increase academic performance and educational achievement
Each student is asked to submit an application and high school transcript. (GPA requirements vary with each class). Upon successful completion of a course, each student will receive a transcript from The University of Findlay. Credits earned will be accepted at UF, and should transfer seamlessly to other colleges and universities. High school students can earn up to 18 hours of college credit per year.
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