Tuition and Fees
Dual Credit tuition for Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 is $52 per credit hour ($156 for a 3 credit-hour course). This is a savings of $305 per credit hour (a savings of $915 for a 3 credit hour course) from undergraduate tuition.* Students who qualify for, and participate in, the EKU Dual Credit Program are eligible to receive additional tuition scholarships, while in high school, that will even further reduce dual credit tuition costs based upon qualifying ACT scores and high school GPA's. Students are responsible for the full cost of textbooks, parking permits, associated course fees and late registration fees if applicable.
EKU Dual Credit Scholarships for Fall 2016 - Spring 2017
Academically strong high school students may qualify for free dual credit tuition. All Dual Credit applications will be reviewed for scholarship qualification. EKU Dual Credit scholarships will be applied after KY Dual Credit Scholarships (administered through KHEAA).
EKU Now! Dual Credit Scholarship– EKU Dual Credit students with a 3.0 high school GPA, plus minimum ACT/PLAN scores of 18 in English, 19 in Math, 20 in Reading and a 21 Composite are eligible to receive free dual credit tuition for one of the two allotted courses per semester.
Whitlock Scholar Candidate Dual Credit Scholarship– EKU Dual Credit students with a 3.5 unweighted high school GPA, plus minimum ACT scores of 18 in English, 19 in Math, 20 in Reading and a 23 Composite are eligible to receive free dual credit tuition for the two allotted courses per semester. (PLAN scores are not considered for this scholarship.)
EKU Dual Credit Tuition Savings
- A Free 3-hr. course ($52/cr. hr. dual credit scholarship) = $1071 in tuition savings*
- A 3-hr. course at $52/cr. hr. = $915 in tuition savings*
See also : tuition benefits
* Based upon 2016/2017 undergraduate tuition.