High School Dual Enrollment

Admission Requirements:

To be admitted into the Dual Enrollment Program at Trine University in Peoria, Arizona, a student must

  1. Complete Dual Enrollment Application
  2. Get a recommendation from your school guidance counselor
  3. Earn a 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale
  4. Class rank within the top 50%

Dual Enrollment Process FlowBill Pay

High School submits

  • Desired course selections
  • High School syllabi (corresponding desired courses)
  • Textbook list (if using text other than recommended by Trine)
  • List of faculty, with current resume and transcripts

Trine University

  • Provides a Trine syllabi for course selections
  • Reviews course selections, current syllabi, textbooks and faculty qualifications
  • Provides final approval of courses, syllabi, textbooks and DE faculty
  • Draft DE School Agreement form outlining; approved courses, faculty and other details

Students →

High School →

  • Submits each student's transcript (Initially and then Annually)
  • Completes DE Registration form (one form per student, listing all courses the student will be taking) 
  • Submit roster for each class (of DE Students only)

Trine →

  • Pick up documentation packet from High School (Student agreement forms, registration forms, rosters, transcripts)
  • Registers students for classes
  • Generates a tuition invoice / mail invoice to student

Student →

Trine →

  • Arranges for class observations and updates

High School →

  • Reports attendance
  • Reports grades, using Trine’s grading scale

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Trine University is a non-profit, non-denominational institution established in 1884 in Angola, Indiana. Trine University is licensed by the Arizona State Board for Private Postsecondary Education to offer Associate, Bachelor and Graduate degree programs. Trine University is also regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association.

Trine University has determined that it is in the best interests of the community to offer college-level courses that may be counted towards both high school graduation and college degree requirements.