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Dual Enrollment Admission Requirements

Admission Requirements for Dual Enrolled Students

Students are eligible for admission to Cedarville University’s Dual Enrollment program if they meet the following criteria:

Dual-enrolled and College Credit Plus (CCP) students are subject to the same standards of admission,  academic integrity, social conduct, community covenant, and University policies as other Cedarville University students.

Application Materials 

The Dual Enrollment application

Apply Now using the Cedarville undergraduate application and choose the Dual Enrollment option.

Applications for admission to Cedarville’s Dual Enrollment program are considered on a rolling basis and decisions are typically shared with students within two weeks of completing the application file. Please review Cedarville’s timeline for admission and course registration.

Church Leader Recommendation Form

As part of your Cedarville application, you will be asked to provide the name and email address of a Christian leader willing to recommend you. Your recommender should not be related to you and should have known you for at least six months. A digital form will be emailed to your recommender for completion.

Official High School Transcript

A high school transcript and GPA should include at least one semester of high school coursework in each of the following subject areas: math, English, science, and social studies. High school level courses (e.g., Algebra 1) taken prior to ninth grade may be included on the high school transcript but should include the year taken.

If a student does not meet the minimum requirement for a high school transcript, then they should provide standardized test scores to show college readiness.

Homeschool Applicants: You may wish to view this sample high school transcript. A PDF copy of the transcript may be submitted by email to

Standardized Test Scores

Standardized test scores are typically not required but many students choose to provide them. Submitted test scores will be considered as part of the student’s application. Cedarville University may require ACT, SAT, CLT, or ACCUPLACER test scores for the following reasons:

If a student chooses to take the ACCUPLACER for admission, the student must demonstrate proficiency on both the WritePlacer and the Next-Generation Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra, and Statistics exams.

Students may view our recommended minimum test scores. Other standardized tests including the Ohio College Credit Plus test options used to determine CCP funding eligibility will not be used to evaluate dual enrollment eligibility at Cedarville.

Students may register online for national test dates for the ACTSAT, CLT, or visit Test Information to schedule an online ACCUPLACER exam or on-campus residual ACT. Cedarville’s SAT code is 1151 and the ACT code is 3245.

English Proficiency: If your first language is not English, you must meet Cedarville’s English language proficiency requirement. See International Admissions.

College Credit Plus (CCP) Deadlines (Ohio residents only)

Please apply to Cedarville by March 15 to obtain a letter of admission for the annual CCP funding application due on April 1. View the Ohio Department of Higher Education College Credit Plus website for a full list of Ohio CCP deadlines, application instructions, and FAQs.

CCP students may apply to Cedarville at any time and a Dual Enrollment advisor will assist you with options.


Please contact Dual Enrollment at 937-766-3333 or email for information.