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College Credit While in High School

Some high schools have developed relationships with colleges or universities that allow college credit to meet high school graduation requirements. If you have earned college credit as a high school student, you can choose to apply for admission to North Park as a first year student or as a transfer student under the following respective policy stipulations. You may decide if you will be a first-year or transfer student after you're admitted, but the decision must be finalized before you're awarded financial aid and begin new-student registration.

Enter as a First-Year Student

  • The subject matter and course level conform to North Park’s policy for any college course.
  • The college credit is granted by a regionally accredited college or university.
  • The credit is recorded on an official college or university transcript.
  • The final 16 transferable college credit hours will be evaluated and accepted as college level transfer credit, according to our guidelines and policies.
  • For purposes of admission and financial aid, including academic scholarships, you will be considered a first year student at North Park University regardless of the amount of credit transferred.

Enter as a Transfer Student

  • The subject matter and course level conform to North Park’s policy for any college course.
  • The college credit is granted by a regionally accredited college or university.
  • The credit is recorded on an official college or university transcript.
  • If transferable, all college credit hours will be evaluated and accepted as college-level transfer credit, according to our guidelines and policies.
  • For purposes of admission and financial aid, including academic scholarships, the student will be considered a transfer student at the university regardless of the amount of credit transferred.

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