SCKY is thrilled to announce the upcoming launch of its Dual Credit Program in Spring 2024. This program is designed to offer eligible high school students an array of more than 25 courses, encompassing our esteemed academic programs.
The Dual Credit Program presents an exceptional opportunity for high school students to earn college credits while still in high school, thereby facilitating a seamless transition into higher education. As part of this initiative, students will have the unique chance to attend Simmons College of Kentucky, a private institution and Louisville’s only Historically Black College and University (HBCU) with a strong focus on Afrocentric perspectives and social justice. Our premier academic programs and courses are specially designed to view education from a Black-centered and social justice lens.
Simmons College offers a range of Afrocentric, culturally enriching, and social justice-oriented courses- both in-person and online. These courses will be accessible to high school students across public and private schools in Kentucky.Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to be a part of Simmons College of Kentucky’s Dual Credit Program and embark on a transformative educational journey that integrates academic excellence and social awareness. Check back in October to enroll as a Dual Credit student at Simmons College of Kentucky, Louisville’s Only HBCU!
What is Dual Credit?
Dual credit programs are cost-effective ways for students to earn college credit while in high school, and studies show they increase college enrollment, on-time graduation, and help expose students to career possibilities.
Dual Credit Admissions
To participate in a dual credit program, high school students must have an unweighted, cumulative high school GPA of 2.5. Once admitted, they must meet our college’s minimum GPA requirement to remain enrolled. To take dual credit courses, they must meet a course’s prerequisites also.
Why Dual Credit Is a Priority?
Studies show that dual credit programs increase the chances of college enrollment, on-time graduation, as well as reducing college costs. Dual credit programs also expose students to many career possibilities prior to college, helping refine major and degree program selection.
Application for the Spring 2024 · Coming Soon in October!
For more information, please contact Dr. Tytianna Ringstaff
Director of the Digital Teaching and Learning (DTAL) Center
Simmons College of KY has been approved to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements.
None of the Simmons College of KY programs lead to licensure.
Simmons College of Kentucky is nationally accredited by the Association of Biblical Higher Education