Dual enrollment at Warner University is an opportunity for high school students to earn college credit while also completing their high school requirements. We’re glad you’re here to learn more!
High school students can take general education courses—available completely online—like college algebra, biology, intro to agriculture, and more, adding up to a significant amount of savings on college tuition. Because Warner is accredited, these credits may transfer to other colleges and universities.
How to Enroll
After reviewing the eligibility and course information below, you are ready to apply! Follow the steps below to complete your dual enrollment request form.
Step 1: Complete your application.
Step 2: Download and complete your dual credit request form with parent and high school approval.
Step 3: Return the dual credit request form to the Warner Admissions Office. You may return via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Return the form no fewer than five (5) days prior to the start of the semester. Please attach a high school transcript and one of the following: SAT, ACT, or PERT score report. The form must be completed each semester of dual enrollment.)
Dual Enrollment requirements
Students and their parents work directly with their guidance counselor and the Admissions Counselor at Warner University to determine eligibility for dual enrollment.
High school counselors verify eligibility based on grade point average and entry–test assessments. To enroll in dual enrollment courses through Warner, an interested high school student must have:
3.00 unweighted grade point average.
Completed 6 high school credits.
Maintain a 2.00 unweighted grade point average in career dual-enrollment classes.
It is highly recommended that students demonstrate readiness through established scores on a common placement test, though it is not required.
College readiness benchmarks are set as follows with one passing score recommended from each column.
PERT Writing 103
PERT Reading 106
Combined ACT English Plus Reading 36
SAT Reading & Writing 500
PSAT (combined) 1130
PERT Math 123
ACT Math 21
SAT Math 530
PSAT (combined) 1130
WU Math By-Pass Exam*
*College readiness benchmarks are set as follows with one passing score required from each column.
Tuition & Fees
Polk County School Board
The Polk County School Board agrees to pay an overhead service fee of $71.98 per credit hour per student. A student can register for up to six credit per semester at the Warner University campus (3 credits per 8-week session for online courses).
The Polk County School Board will provide access to all required textbooks and teaching materials through the WU Slingshot book rental program, which provides textbooks and ancillary materials for Warner University courses.
Because the textbooks are loaned, the student will return each textbook at the end of the course(s). If the textbook or textbooks are not returned by the student, then it will be the student’s responsibility to pay for the book purchase fee.
Private & Home Education
The students and parents will agree to pay $71.98 per credit hour. A student can register for up to six credits per semester at the Warner University campus (3 credits per 8-week session for online courses).
The students and parents will purchase the textbooks and instructional materials and are expected to pay fees.
dual credit courses
All courses are for 8-week, online delivery unless otherwise noted as “Residential Only.” Courses identified as “Residential Only” must be taken at the university’s Lake Wales campus as 16-week, face-to-face courses.
Fall & Spring Courses
– Intro to Agriculture Studies*
– Intro to Animal Science
– General Biology (for Non-Majors)*
– Introduction to Business*
– Composition 1*
– Composition 2*
– Music in the Western World*
– Mathematics for Liberal Arts*
– College Algebra
– Social Problems*
*Indicates class offered face-to-face or online. If not otherwise denoted, class is offered only face-to-face.
– General Biology (for Non-Majors)
– Composition 1
– Introduction to Business
– Music in the Western World
– Mathematics for Liberal Arts
– Social Problems
All summer courses are online.
Summer courses may also be taken during the regular academic year on special request. A request does not guarantee approval, as enrollment numbers can impact a high school student’s ability to take these courses. Delivery of these courses sometimes varies from Session A or Session B.