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Judson Prep Program
College Credit for High School Students
The Judson Prep program allows high school junior or senior students to earn up to a total of 24 hours of college credit and, in most cases, allows students to earn high school credit at the same time. This program is a privilege exclusively for students who meet the criteria below.
In order for a student to be admitted to the Prep Program, they must meet all of the following criteria:
- Complete at least four (4) semesters of high school. The student must be at a junior or senior level in high school.
- The student must have a minimum GPA of 3.25 and must be in the upper 10% of their class.
- The student must be 16 years of age at the start of the desired semester (Fall or Spring).
- Complete and send in an application for admission. The application fee will be waived for prep program students.
- Submit official High School transcript and official college transcript (if applicable).
- Sign the Judson University Lifestyle Statement.
- Submit official ACT/SAT scores (if available). Scores can be ordered through ACT at www.act.org. If a student has not taken the ACT/SAT and plans on taking math, the student may request to take Judson University’s math placement test. ACT/SAT scores are required for English placement.
Prep Program students can take a variety of 100 and 200 level courses (some courses require instructor approval or have prerequisites). Available courses may be viewed on the Course Offerings tab in MyJudson. The Prep Program Coordinator will help students choose courses after they are accepted into the program.
All registrations must be processed before the first day of class for each term.
Please go to the Financial Information section of the catalog to view costs and due dates associated with this program.* Students will also be responsible for any fees associated with their courses and the cost of books. No scholarships or financial aid is available for the Prep Program.
*Charges are subject to change.
Contact US TO LEARN MORE
Requests for admission or questions regarding the Prep Program should be directed to Kamryn Malenius.