ACP is a partnership between Indiana University and participating high schools within Indiana. ACP offers college credit to qualified high school seniors (and some juniors) who enroll in IU general education courses that are offered at the students' own high schools during the regular school day and taught by ACP certified high school teachers. ACP courses are designed for students with a solid academic foundation, a desire for more advanced work and a serious commitment to completing the ACP course successfully.
If you are interested in participating in the the ACP program visit the guidance department at your high school and learn about the procedure for enrollment. For more detailed information about the ACP program go to http://acp.indiana.edu
The dual credit program is a program for juniors and seniors who take classes in participating high schools to earn high school credit and IU Northwest college credit at the same time. Classes are held at the high school and taught by high school teachers. Students learn what college professors expect while still in familiar high school surroundings. For more information see the guidance department at the participating high schools.
Resources for Dual Credit Students:
Early College/Dual Credit Manual includes:
Qualified college-bound high school juniors and seniors may take certain college courses while still working toward a high school diploma. The Early Start program is a chance to adjust to college-level work while accumulating credits towards a college degree. The classes for the Early Start program are held on campus at IU Northwest. For more information check out the Early Start Program Brochure.
Once we receive your application and necessary approvals, you'll be informed of how to register for classes online. Course fees will vary depending on the number of credit hours. Payment can be made by cash, check or credit cards through the IU Northwest Bursar's office.
A program for qualified juniors and seniors who are members of the 21st Century Scholars program. Students enroll into on-campus classes at IU Northwest. Benefits of this program include a full tuition scholarship (including course and lab fees) awarded by IU Northwest while in high school. Students will be responsible for the student activity and technology fees, since these are not included in the scholarship. To qualify for this program students must meet the following criteria:
To apply please complete the 21st Century Scholars Early Start Program Application and return your application along with a copy of your high school transcripts to Indiana University Northwest Office of Admissions 3400 Broadway Gary, IN 46408. For more information, including a list of possible courses, check out the 21st Century Scholars Early Start Program Brochure.