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Discover how to jump-start your college experience with Dual Enrollment! If you have any questions during the admissions process, we're here to help.

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#1

Complete Application

Complete your application to Cedarville University by choosing the "Dual Enrollment" option. Please use student's information when applying; there will be a later opportunity for parents to add their own contact information. Make sure you're familiar with the deadlines for application.

Ohio applicants: Families must sign the CCP Mature Content Permission Form, emailed to both parent and student when the application is submitted.

#2

Provide a Christian Leader Reference

On your application, you'll include the contact of a pastor, small group leader, or other Christian leader who is not related to you, and they will be sent an online recommendation form to complete on your behalf.

#3

Provide High School Transcript

You must hold at least a 3.0 unweighted high school GPA to be considered for admission. Cedarville will request an official transcript from your high school.

  • If no high school transcript is available: You'll need to submit a current grade report as well as test scores that meet Cedarville's requirements.
  • Middle school, small private school, and homeschool students: A PDF copy of your current grade report or transcript may be emailed to admissions@jcw669.com. Homeschool parents may wish to view this example transcript.
  • International students: You will need to meet Cedarville's English proficiency requirements.

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When Will I Know if I've Been Accepted?

Applications to Cedarville’s Dual Enrollment program are considered on a rolling basis. Decisions are typically shared with students within one week of submitting the application and all supporting documents. Notification is by email, and you can log in to your student portal to download a PDF copy of your acceptance letter.

Test Scores

Standardized test scores are only required if a high school transcript is not available. If you provide test scores, they will be considered in the holistic review of your application. Cedarville accepts the ACT, SATCLT, the ACT OnCampus, and select ACCUPLACER exams. The ACT OnCampus and ACCUPLACER are free for applicants. Cedarville’s SAT code is 1151 and the ACT code is 3245.

Minimum test scores include:

ACTEnglish: 21Math: 19
SATReading/Writing: 550Quantitative: 530
CLTCombined Verbal/Grammar: 52Quantitative: 20
AccuplacerWritePlacer: 6Next Gen Exam for Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra, and Statistics: 250
CLEPCollege Composition: 59College Algebra: 53
TransferPlease contact transfer@jcw669.com if you have taken an English or math course at another college to learn if that course will meet proficiency requirements. You must earn a C- or higher to transfer a course to Cedarville.

English Proficiency Requirements

To ensure the best possible learning experience, international students must demonstrate English proficiency through one of the following:

  • Achieving an internet based score of 80 on the TOEFL
  • Achieving a 6.5 on the IELTS exam
  • Demonstrating English proficiency on the English 3 Proficiency Test (E3PT)
  • Achieving an ACT composite score of at least 22 and English sub-score of 22
  • Achieving an SAT score of at least 1100 and Writing and Language sub-score of 550
  • Completing at least two years in an English-speaking high school setting (i.e. English-speaking international school), including two years of high school English courses (non-ESL) with satisfactory grades
  • Providing proof of citizenship and residency from a native English-speaking country