ESU Dual Enrollment is designed for high school juniors or seniors who wish to take one or two courses at East Stroudsburg University.
What is Dual Enrollment?
Dual enrollment is a program that allows eligible high school juniors or seniors the opportunity to earn up to 4 credits per semester towards future university degree programs.
Credits earned through dual enrollment will be applied to the student’s ESU transcript.
Eligibility / Admission Requirements
To qualify for dual enrollment, a student must:
- Submit an online dual enrollment application
- Note: eligibility is determined on a semester-by-semester basis. A new application/agreement must be submitted by the deadline every semester the student wishes to participate in dual enrollment.
- Submit official, current high school transcript reflecting a 3.0 unweighted high school GPA or higher
- Have a standardized test score of 1030 on the SAT exam or 22 on the ACT exam OR
- If no SAT or Act scores, a PSAT score of 980 or higher.
- Satisfy any course prerequisites, prior to registration.
- Check with your school counselor to see if the college course can be counted towards high school graduation credit requirements
- All applicants must request and receive an approval from Parents/Guardian and Guidance Counselor or School Principal. You will need an email address for your parent or guardian and high school official in order to submit the approval requests electronically.
Dual enrollment students register for classes each semester during open registration on a space available basis.
Before registering each semester, a student must submit an application, an updated high school transcript, and have approval from the student’s parent or guardian and the appropriate high school official.
Dual enrollment students are only eligible to register for selected courses.
They are not eligible to register for 7-week accelerated courses.
All matriculated students are required to provide evidence that they have been appropriately immunized upon admission to the university.
Available Courses: Fall and Spring (limited seating)
- CMST 111 - Introduction to Communication
- CMST 219 - Radio Practicum
- CMST 126 - Introduction to Mass Media
- CMST 229 - Broadcast Journalism
- CPSC 130 - Intro to Computer Programming
- ECON 111 - Principles of Macroeconomics
- ENGL 101 - Elements of Writing
- ENGL 103 - English Composition
- ENGL 162 - Introduction to Literacy Analysis and Interpretation
- HIST 141 - United States History to 1877
- HRTM 101 - Introduction to Hospitality & Tourism Management
- MGT 101 - Introduction to Business Analytics
- MLSP 116 - Spanish I
- MLSP 117 - Spanish II
- MLSP 214 - Spanish III
- MLSP 215 - Spanish IV
- MLSP 221 - Reading Spanish
- PHIL 151 - Philosophy of Leadership
- PHYS 121 - Astro: Sky and Solar System
- POLS 111 - Principles of Political Science
- POLS 120 - American Government
- SOC 102 - Introduction to Cultural Diversity
- SOC 111 - Intro to Sociology
- Campus Address
- Reibman Administration Building
- (570) 422-3542
- (570) 422-3933 (Fax)
- Title of Department Leader
- Office of Admissions
- (877) 230-5547