Postsecondary Enrollment (Dual Enrollment)
Application dead line:
Fall Enrollment - May 1st
Spring Enrollment - November 1st
Effective April 1, 2006, Public Act 160 and Public Act 258 of 2000, created the Postsecondary Enrollment Options Act, commonly referred to as dual enrollment. This laws directs school districts to assist students in paying tuition and fees for courses at Michigan public or private colleges or universities. The following are some of the eligibility guidelines/standards:
Students in grades 9 through 12 may take up to ten postsecondary courses .
- If 9th grader - 2 in first 3 years, 4 in senior year
- If 10th grade - 2 in year, 4 in years 2 and 3
- If 11th or 12 grader- not more than 6 per year
Students can qualify for dual enrollment by:
- Taking one of the following assessments: PSAT, PLAN, EXPLORE ACT, SAT, OR MME. Click here for assessment score. The college may require additional requirements.
- Students must be enrolled in both the eligible school (public or private) and eligible postsecondary institution during the local school’s regular academic year and must be enrolled in at least on high school class.
- The college courses cannot be a hobby, craft, or recreation course, or in the subject areas of physical education, theology, divinity, or religious education.
- School districts are required to pay an amount equal to the prorated percentage of the statewide pupil-weighted average foundation allowance, based on the proportion of the school year that the eligible students attends the eligible institution for enrollment in the course. Eligible charges do not include transportation or parking costs or activity fees. Student who fail or do not complete a course can be required to pay the costs of the course.
- 50% of the course must fall within the school district’s academic year.
Additional requirements that Grand Ledge High school requires for enrollment.
- Student in good standing, attendance, academics and behavior.
- Student meets the Dual enrollment Qualifying scores.
- Student will meet with their counselor to review all requirements.
- Students are not to loiter on school property during the scheduled dual enrollment course.
- If selecting a night class please be aware of the safety factors.
- For more information please contact your counselor or the college you plan on enrolling in.
Central office will need a receipt before any refunds will be distributed.
*Not all college credits transfer to all other colleges. For information on transferring college credit, explore the MACRAO website: https://www.macrao.org/default.asp and contact the admissions office of the college you are interested in transferring to.
Please fill out the forms below required by the institution and for GLHS for Postsecondary enrollment.
- Grand Ledge Dual Enrollment Agreement form - Please print documents to review and sign.
- LCC Forms - This will take you to the LCC web site. Please review the steps necessary to start your enrollment.
- Approval form
- Billing Form
- MSU Forms - This will take you to the MSU web site. Please review the steps necessary to start your enrollment.
- Approval form
- Billing Form