High School + College, All at Once

Dual Enrollment

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You’re Thinking About Your Future – So Are We!

Earn college credit while still in high school. Enjoy higher level learning from a Christian perspective. Experience campus life and set yourself up for a smooth transition into college.

Plus, you won’t have to break the bank to start earning college credit. NGU’s Dual Enrollment Program has a flat fee of just *$100 per credit hour–invest in your future while saving money today.

* Rates may vary with our partner locations. We recommend checking with your school for additional cost information.

It’s easy to get started. If you’re a high school junior or senior (at least 16-years-old) with a maintained GPA of 3.0 (or better), you’re eligible for the Dual Enrollment Program. Get started today with four simple steps.

  1. Submit your online application.
  2. Upload a completed Dual Enrollment Permission Form to your application status page.
  3. Upload your high school transcript to your application status page.
  4. If studying with one of our partner locations, contact your school counselor for any additional application requirements.

Amplifying your high school experience? Whatever your goals, we want to hear from you. Connect with our Dual Enrollment Counselor.

Ready to Take the Next Step?

Get a head start.

As a Dual Enrollment student, take up to 2 courses each semester for a total of 8 courses(or up to 30 credit hours) before you graduate from high school.

Have questions? We’re here to help!

We realize you have a LOT to think about – and we’re here for you. Contact us at 864.977.7001 and let’s get your journey started.

On Campus

Experience college in person and on campus.


NGU offers online dual enrollment courses for students!

Partnership Programs


I’m Planning to Enroll…What’s Next?

  • Register for Classes
    • Once accepted into the program, registration for Dual Enrollment students opens at the following times:
      • Returning Dual Enrollment Students: two weeks after traditional undergraduate registration begins each semester.
      • New Dual Enrollment Students–when registration opens for new incoming traditional undergraduate students each semester.
    • Need Help with Registration? You can coordinate with the Dual Enrollment Counselor at dual.enrollment@ngu.edu or email your registration request to: academic.records@ngu.edu.
  • Order a Parking Permit

    Visit go.ngu.edu/purchase-parking
    At the bottom of the Permit homepage, click “Click Here to Purchase Permits and follow the instructions:

    Note: A $15 permit charge is already included in your billing statement. You will not be required to “purchase” your permit–you will only register your vehicle.

    Be prepared to provide the following information:

    • Driver’s License Number
    • Student Cell Phone Number
    • Registered Owner’s Name, Phone Number, and Relationship to Driver
    • Vehicle Make, Model, Year, and Color
    • Vehicle License Plate Number and Registered State
    • Insurance Company and Policy Number

    After completing the required fields, a printed receipt copy is required. To pick up your parking permit, visit the Campus Security office after your permit is ordered and be prepared to present a photo identification card.

  • Pay My Bill

    Account payment is due before classes begin. You can pay your bill in your myNGU Portal before each semester begins.

    To view your student account statement:

    • Login to my.ngu.edu > Students > Student Accounts > My Account > Student Statement and Schedule (Academic Year). You may also make a payment on the Student Accounts page.
  • Student ID Card

    A Student ID will be created for every Dual Enrollment student

    • Dual Enrollment Students can access the Online Phone Submission portal through an email invite from NGU. Card Services. Each student will receive a unique invite which will enable a secure photo upload.
    • Click the Submit your Photo link in the email.
    • You will be directed to a web page to upload your photo. Select “Tap to upload photo”.
    • Submitted photos must meet the following requirements:
      • Should be cropped slightly above head to middle of chest
      • Should be taken against a plain, light background
      • Must be a color photo
      • Must not include sunglasses or hat
      • Must be positioned directly facing the camera
      • Eyes should be open and looking at the camera
    • Photos that do not meet these requirements must be retaken. NGU Card Services will email you with approval or next steps if your photo cannot be used.
    • Your NGU Student ID card can be picked up at the Office of Campus Ministries and Student Engagement in Tingle Student Center. Once your photo is submitted and approved, you cannot submit another photo. If you would like a new or different photo on your ID card, visit NGU Card Services in Tingle Student Center to have a new photo taken and pay the replacement fee.
  • Manage Textbooks

    Dual Enrollment students receive textbooks through the Slingshot Textbook Butler service. The price of the rental service is $30 per credit hour. The student can choose to opt out of the service if desired by setting your preferences in your My.NGU portal.  Select “Students” then “Slingshot Textbook Preferences” in the left navigation bar.

    Each professor determines if the “required” book is necessary. Textbook information for each course will be available on the my.NGU portal

  • Stay Connected to NGU

    Each Dual Enrollment student has access to a myNGU account, which will allow access to NGU email, billing statements, class schedules, bookstore, Blackboard, Slingshot book service, and more.

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