Cost and Scholarships
NOTICE: THIS INFORMATION IS FOR THE STUDENTS WANTING TO TAKE COURSES ON THE ASU CAMPUS. STUDENTS INTERESTED IN TAKING DUAL CREDIT COURSES ON THEIR HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUS SHOULD TALK TO THEIR HIGH SCHOOL GUIDANCE COUNSELOR. ONLY CERTAIN HIGH SCHOOLS ARE ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE.
All Dual Credit/Concurrent Enrollment students are eligible for Carr Dual Credit Scholarships to offset the cost of tuition and fees. Before scholarships, students in the program already receive reduced tuition rates. Please view the appropriate cost chart below based on whether your school district is providing financial support.
Cost Per Course
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Cost Per Course With School District Contribution
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Please check with your school official for more information on district participation in the ASU Dual Credit/Concurrent Enrollment Program.
Students who score a composite 23 or above on the ACT (with math and English sub-scores of at least 19) – or – a combined mathematics and critical reading score of 1070 or above on the SAT I (with math and critical reading sub-scores of at least 500) will receive Carr Distinguished Dual Credit Scholarships.
Students who meet the admission requirements for the Dual Credit/Concurrent Enrollment Program, but are not eligible for a distinguished scholarship, will receive regular Carr Dual Credit Scholarships.