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Dual Enrollment Information Meeting Video, Handouts and PowerPoint Available

dual enrollment students

The March 5, 2019 dual enrollment meeting recording, handouts, and PowerPoint presentation are available on the Information Meeting webpage.

Review the information on the future dual enrollment student resources page for a detailed instructions about applying to the FerrisNow dual enrollment program. 

 

Fall 2019 Dual Enrollment Registration Information

Ferris quad in the fall

Registration for dual enrollment students for the Fall 2019 semester will open on Thursday, April 4. The fall 2019 course schedule is available for viewing. Instructions about searching for classes are available online.  

Visit the Applying for the Dual Enrollment program website for detailed information about applying to the dual enrollment program and student eligibility criteria. 

List of 100- and 200- level general education courses for fall

Note: Students may view the list of fall course offerings online by following these instructions. Course schedules, offerings and available seats are subject to change. Students should look up the class(es) they are interested in taking to ensure there are seats available. 

 

Summer 2019 Dual Enrollment Registration Information

Ferris Seal

Registration for Summer 2019 dual enrollment classes has begun. Students may view the Summer 2019 course schedule. Instructions about searching for classes are available online.  

Visit the Applying for the Dual Enrollment program website for detailed information about applying to the dual enrollment program and student eligibility criteria. 

List of 100- and 200- level general education courses for summer

Note: Students may view the list of summer course offerings online by following these instructions. Course schedules, offerings and available seats are subject to change. Students should look up the class(es) they are interested in taking to ensure there are seats available. 

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Dual enrollment courses are college courses that are taught by an adjunct or full-time professor at one of the Ferris State University locations, online or in a high school setting. Courses can be used for both high school and college credit. Students must meet legislated dual enrollment guidelines to enroll for dual enrollment. Some dual enrollment courses may be offered at a high school location.