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At a Glance

Concurrent University and High School Enrollment

The University of Indianapolis offers opportunity for concurrent enrollment to high school students who wish to supplement and enrich their secondary school programs. Enrollment is permitted on a space-available basis in regular day or evening courses at a cost of one-half the evening tuition rate. To be eligible to participate, students must have completed the junior year in high school, rank in the top 25 percent of their secondary school class, and have the approval of their school principal or guidance counselor.

A concurrently enrolled student may enroll for a maximum of two courses (six or seven credit hours) in any single semester or term. Full credit is awarded for all courses satisfactorily completed according to the University's established requirements and procedures. The University retains the final right of approval for all aspects of the program.