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Dual Enrollment Program Registration Process:

  • Interested students should contact the Penn State York office of admissions at 717-771-4040 to obtain a Penn State York Dual Enrollment Form and Contract and to set up an appointment to meet with an admissions counselor in order to schedule a class(es).
  • Dual enrollment appointments are scheduled beginning in May for the fall semester and late November for the spring semester each year. Classes are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • The student must bring the following documents to the admissions appointment:
    • The completed Penn State York Dual Enrollment Form and Contract, signed by the student, parent/guardian, and high school guidance counselor
    • High school transcript, including SAT/ACT/PSAT test scores (if taken)
  • It is also recommended that the student review the schedule of classes offered during the appropriate semester prior to the admissions office appointment. Students should direct any questions regarding which college courses will fulfill high school requirements to their high school guidance counselor. View the Penn State York schedule of classes.
  • Penn State York classes most frequently recommended for the dual enrollment program are as follows:
    • ASTRO 001: Astronomical Universe
    • BIOL110: Biology: Basic Concepts and Biodiversity (for science majors)
    • CAS 100A: Effective Speech
    • ECON 102: Introductory Microeconomic Analysis and Policy
    • ECON 104: Introductory Macroeconomic Analysis and Policy
    • ENGL 015: Rhetoric and Composition (Prerequisite: Minimum 460 Writing Score on SAT)
    • HIST 020: American Civilization to 1877
    • HIST 021: American Civilization Since 1877
    • PHIL 001: Basic Problems of Philosophy
    • PLSC 001: Introduction to American National Government
    • PSYCH 100: Introductory Psychology
    • SOC 001: Introductory Sociology

Completing the Registration Process:

    The Penn State registration process consists of two steps:

  • First, the student schedules specific classes through the admissions office (“enrollment”).
  • Second, the student becomes registered by paying the tuition bill