Undergraduate Admissions

Dual Enrollment

Dual enrollment student studying in the library.

Michigan Tech’s dual enrollment program is designed for academically talented high school students who want to accelerate their college careers. It provides eligible high school students the opportunity to simultaneously enroll in college courses at Michigan Tech. The credits earned can be used toward both a high school diploma and a college degree or certificate.

To be eligible for dual enrollment you must be a high school student who:

  • has approval from your high school to participate in the Michigan Dual Enrollment Program at Michigan Tech and have a cumulative high school GPA of 3.00 or higher, or
  • would like to take classes for self enrichment. This option applies if you are not eligible to participate in the Michigan Dual Enrollment Program and have a cumulative high school GPA of 3.00 or higher.

If you’re currently participating in a dual enrollment/PSEO program, learn more and find out how to apply to Michigan Tech as an incoming first-year student.

For additional information about dual enrollment at Michigan Tech, contact the Admissions Office at 888-688-1885 or email mtu4u@mtu.edu.