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Dual-Enrollment Eligibility

Students and their parents work directly with their guidance counselor and the Registrar at Warner University to determine eligibility for dual enrollment.

High school counselors verify eligibility based on grade point average and entry–test assessments. Students who enroll in a college course through dual enrollment must have completed six high school credits, have a 3.00 unweighted grade point average, maintain a 2.00 unweighted grade point average in career dual enrollment courses, and demonstrate readiness for college coursework through established scores on a common placement test.

College readiness benchmarks are set as follows with one passing score required from each column.

English

PERT Writing 103


PERT Reading 106

Combined ACT English & Reading 36

SAT Reading & Writing 500

PSAT (combined) 1130

Math

PERT Math 123


ACT Math 21


SAT Math 530

PSAT (combined) 1130

WU Math By-Pass Exam*

* A WU Math Bypass Exam can be taken at Warner University Academic Skills Center. To schedule a testing appointment call 638-7244 or email asc@warner.edu

How to Apply

Students and their parents work directly with their guidance counselor and the Registrar at Warner University to determine eligibility for dual enrollment.

High school counselors verify eligibility based on grade point average and entry–test assessments. Students who enroll in a college course through dual enrollment must have completed six high school credits, have a 3.00 unweighted grade point average, maintain a 2.00 unweighted grade point average in career dual enrollment courses, and demonstrate readiness for college coursework through established scores on a common placement test.

College readiness benchmarks are set as follows with one passing score required from each column.

Timeline

Eligible and interested students and parents will contact Warner University’s Registrar’s Office and their High School Counselor to request admission into a dual enrollment course by no fewer than five (5) days prior to the start of the semester.

It is recommended that students enroll for dual enrollment courses at the beginning of August for the fall semester, the beginning of December for the spring semester, and the beginning of April for the summer semester.

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 credits 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 Follett book rental program, which provides textbooks and ancillary materials for Warner University’s 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.

Tuition & Fees – 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

*Available depending on enrollment

Session A

Composition I

Composition II

Christian Life, Faith, & Service

Early US History

Earth Science*

Oral Communication*

Old Testament*

Session B

Composition I

Composition II

Christian Life, Faith, & Practice

Modern US History

Earth Science*

Oral Communication*

Old Testament*

Summer Courses

College Algebra (Residential)

Contemporary Economics (Residential) 


Digital Photography 


General Biology 


Intermediate Math 


Intro to Business 


Intro to College Writing and Thinking

Introduction to Agricultural Studies

Introduction to Animal Science

Introduction to Plant Science

Mathematics for the Liberal Arts

Medical Terminology

Music in the Western World 


Social Problems 


Summer courses may be 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. 


Maintaining Status

Students must maintain good academic standing, 2.0 unweighted GPA, at Warner University in order to continue in dual credit courses and maintain a high school 3.0 unweighted GPA. Students who fall below these grade point average criteria may be reinstated following the grading period that their overall unweighted GPA returns to the required minimum.

Students who will graduate from high school prior to completion of the post-secondary course may not register for a course through dual enrollment.

Transcripts

Warner University will issue transcripts of dual enrolled students in January, May, August, or as needed, to each high school principal, designee of the high school principal, or home school provider.