The University of Findlay' Post-Secondary Program is available to any high school student (grade 9 through 12) who maintains a minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA. Eligible students may enroll in a maximum of nine credit hours per semester in 100- or 200-level courses.
Who Can Enroll?
A high school junior or senior with a 4.0 cumulative GPA or above may enroll at The University of Findlay full time, taking up to 18 credit hours per semester. The student must have enough available Carnegie Units from the high school to support a full-time schedule at the University.
THERE ARE TWO OPTIONS AVAILABLE:
Option A permits eligible students to enroll in college/university courses for college credit. Students selecting this option are required to pay all costs incurred including tuition, books, materials, and fees. NOTE: The University of Findlay will grant a scholarship equal to one-half of the current tuition to each eligible student.
Option B permits eligible students to enroll in college/university courses for high school and college credit. Students selecting this option are not required to pay for tuition, books, materials, or service fees associated with the courses. (The local secondary schools will meet these costs.) Option B students must have permission from their guidance counselor to participate in the Early Entrance Program.
In addition to meeting with the high school counselor, the student will also be required to attend advising sessions with the coordinator of the Post-Secondary Program at The University of Findlay.
Supplies, such as for art and science courses, are not covered by Post-Secondary Options. Students taking music lessons will also be responsible for the lesson fee.