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Dual Enrollment (DE) and PSEO students are registered on a first-come, first-served basis. Students requesting on-campus courses will be registered on a space-available basis. The DE coordinator notifies students by email when they are registered. 

High school students may earn up to a total of 27 semester credit hours through Cedarville University Dual Enrollment. 

New Students

  • Should carefully review, along with their parents, all the orientation information presented at Next Steps for Dual Enrollment Students.
  • Are registered following acceptance into DE. All new students registering for Summer 2014 must pay a $50 non-refundable deposit. The deposit is credited toward tuition expenses. Beginning with Fall 2014 registration, no deposit is required. All students including Ohio PSEO must submit a Course Request Form (CRF). The CRF can be downloaded from Next Steps for Dual Enrollment Students in Step 1.
  • May register for the number of courses listed in admissions criteria according to grade level. All students should have an advising conversation with the DE coordinator before selecting courses. Exceptions to the number of courses allowed can be granted by the Dual Enrollment director.
  • Are not guaranteed availability of a particular course by acceptance into Dual Enrollment. Degree-seeking students have course selection priority. Cedarville University reserves the right to cancel classes, to change instructors, or to limit registration in courses.

Continuing Students

Students Who Skip a Semester

  • Do not have to complete a new DE online application to register for any subsequent DE courses.
  • Should review orientation information presented at Next Steps for Dual Enrollment Students.
  • Must pay a non-refundable $50 deposit to register for Summer 2014. This deposit can be paid through the EZ Pay system. Beginning with Fall 2014, no deposit is required. 
  • May download the Course Request Form (CRF) from Next Steps for Dual Enrollment Students in Step 1.

Contact the dual enrollment coordinator with questions.