Attention High School Students:
Warner University offers local public school, eligible private secondary school, and home-school students the opportunity to enroll for dual enrollment courses.
To qualify, a student shall be in grades 10-12 and at least 16 years of age, with at least a 3.0 GPA and appropriate college placement test scores (PERT, ACT, SAT). Dual enrolled students attend courses on the Warner University campus with free tuition for one course per semester. The students will cover their cost of books, fees, and supplies. Additional courses, up to 11 credits in total, can be taken at the cost of tuition. Current courses that are offered include:
Introduction to Agriculture
Introduction to Plant Science
Introduction to Animal Science
Introduction to Business
In addition to the dual enrollment program, high school Ag students have a great opportunity to apply their knowledge and experiences toward earning college credits.
Ag Students with a 2.5 high school GPA may receive six college-level credit hours upon completion of a qualified high school Ag program and upon passing the industry certification exam. The credits are awarded upon successful completion of the first semester as a full time college student at Warner University.