Andrews University welcomes and encourages students who have completed their high-school education in a homeschool setting to apply for admission to degree programs.
In their 10th, 11th and 12th grade years (through age 19 by September 1), homeschool students who meet admission criteria can earn college credit taking Andrews University courses. A homeschooling family may elect to count the college credit towards high school completion requirements as well. Earning college and high school credit for the same course is known as dual credit. Learn more about how to get started in dual enrollment courses or download the application to take college credits while in high school.
Note: Qualifying standardized test scores are required with homeschool applications to take Andrews courses during high school years. We reference the Michigan Minimum Dual Enrollment Qualifying Scores in admission decisions.
The webpages in this section share information specifically for homeschool families as they prepare their children for college. Take a look at:
A wealth of resources are available online, such as the Seventh-day Adventist Homeschool Families website. Two homeschool partnerships in our community are sources of information and support worthy of consideration:
Andrews University offers high school students a number of opportunities to earn credits and get ahead. View our printable high school program flyer here.
Elivette Diaz serves as an enrollment counselor for high school students taking college credits during their high school years, as well as homeschoolers applying to Andrews University programs of study.