Grace Christian Dual Enrollment Registration

Application for Admission as a Dual Enrolled Student

Application for Admission as a Dual Enrolled Student

A Dual Enrolled student is a student who is currently in high school and wishes to take classes at Grace Christian University for high school and college credit. If a dual enrolled student wishes to enroll after high school to pursue a degree with Grace Christian University, a formal application must be completed and the student accepted as a degree seeking student.

Personal Information

Please enter your full, legal name as it appears on your birth certificate
or state-issued ID. Do not use any alternate spellings or nicknames, since
your application will create your permanent university record.

Enter your United States Social Security Number (if one has been assigned). Providing a Social Security Number is voluntary, however, it will assist us in matching test scores and transcripts with your admission application and facilitate the administrative process if you are admitted. This information will be used only as a highly confidential, personal identifier for statutory reporting purposes. If you do not have a valid Social Security Number or do not wish to report it, please leave this field blank. Entering an invalid number will delay your application processing.

Contact Information

May we text?
Preferred Phone Number *
please use high school email

Where do you plan to take your dual enrollment class?

Have you taken any previous college classes, Advanced Placement (AP), or CLEP tests? If yes, please list. *

Parental Information


Has attended Grace Christian University?


This minor student and his/her parent(s) or legal guardian(s) have reviewed Grace’s On Campus Catalog on the Grace website and understand that these rules and regulations are to be followed at all times while conducting business with the University. Students taking courses on campus should also review the Student Handbook. Grace provides an adult, independent, collegiate learning environment primarily tailored to meet the needs of adult students and is committed to providing a safe environment for all students. However, each individual must be responsible for his/her own safety.

The student and PARENT/LEGAL GUARDIAN understand and acknowledge that

  • Grace instructors teach from a biblical worldview, but course textbooks/resources and other students may not share that worldview. Minor students will likely be exposed to differing worldviews from course resources and fellow students.
  • Grace instructors bear no responsibility for underage students outside of the classroom. If attending courses at any Grace campus or site, parents are responsible for the students before and after class. Campuses are open and parents are responsible for the supervision of minors outside of the classroom.
  • Students under the age of 13 are prohibited by the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Rule (COPPA) from sharing personal information online without parental consent.
  • Students are responsible for tuition, books, and other associated fees. **Exception: when another party is responsible, such as a school district or the State of Michigan.**
  • Courses will be more academically challenging than traditional high school courses. Online courses are provided in an accelerated 5-week course format equivalent to a standard 14-week On-Campus course.
  • The minor student may be exposed to discussions, readings and visual material of a mature nature and will be expected to conform to the same performance standards as any other college student as set forth in the course outlines and syllabi.
  • All policies regarding grading, class attendance, registration deadlines, payments on account and college policies and procedures apply regardless of the student’s age.
  • The student is able to interact socially with adult college students, faculty and staff and that the college is not responsible for these interactions.
  • The student is responsible to communicate with the instructor if there are any questions or concerns.
  • Students are responsible for seeking assistance for any special needs they have, such as disability services or tutoring.

If the student is under 13 years of age, the PARENT/LEGAL GUARDIAN has reviewed the University’s Privacy Policy and hereby grants permission for the student to share personal information required of all students via Grace Christian University’s website, student portal, learning management system, and any other online platform used by Grace during the student’s enrollment.

The parties involved have been informed that the terms and conditions in the aforementioned agreement will apply for every semester that the student is enrolled, as long as the student remains under the age of 18.


Statement of Financial Responsibilities: All arrangements for Dual Enrollment tuition payments must be finalized before classes begin. If you are taking classes through your high school, your school will provide you with the necessary documents. Payment plans are available for those taking classes on campus. Please contact the Grace Business Office to make arrangements. If payment is being made by the State of Michigan, proper documents of dual enrollment eligibility need to be on file prior to the start of class. If documents are not on file and payment cannot be received from the State, then the payment for the class(es) will be the responsibility of the student and the parent(s).

I understand and agree to these financial requirements. I also agree to allow my academic information to be shared with my high school administration (if appropriate) and my parents so long as I am attending
Grace Christian University as a Dual Enrollment student.

By signing below, the student and parent/guardian hereby agree to be bound to all terms and conditions stated within the aforementioned agreement.