High school and college credit

Earn college credit for core courses while satisfying high school requirements.



This course unfolds the history of the American republic, highlighting the principles underlying our great Western Civilization.



This course explores our rich Reformed tradition, including the role of faith in life and learning, the Lordship of Christ, the tension between Christ and culture, and the importance of grasping creation-fall-redemption as a framework that gives meaning to redemptive history.


What is dual enrollment?
Dual enrollment is a way for high school students to satisfy high school requirements while simultaneously gaining college credit. Providence is an accredited institution with the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, and can send you course syllabi to ensure that courses meet your high school requirements.
What are the qualifications for dual enrollment?
Providence requires its dual enrollment students to be professing Christians who are juniors or seniors in high school. Applicants should have an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher.
What classes are offered?
American Civilization and Culture and The Christian Life are our initial offerings, however, we plan to add additional courses, including English Composition, studies in the Old and New Testaments, and Psychology of Lifespan Development soon.
What is the dual enrollment instruction period?

Fall 2021 courses will run for eight weeks from October 18- December 17, 2021.

What is your mode of delivery?

Dual enrollment students are given access to online lectures through our student portal, but are also afforded the opportunity to participate in a weekly Zoom discussion with other students taking the class, guided by a facilitating professor.

How much does dual enrollment cost?
Each course is being offered for $400. This is real value as it’s only $100 per college credit for a four credit course!