Concurrent Enrollment for High School Students
SoPA offers a concurrent enrollment program for outstanding high school students. The concurrent enrollment program offers qualified 11th and 12th grade students the opportunity to get an early start on their college education. Students take regular college coursework and earn credits and grades that become a part of their permanent college record. Concurrent enrollment students may apply for admission to Tulane upon graduation from high school, or they may transfer their Tulane credits to another institution, depending on the regulations in effect at that institution.
Concurrent enrollment students may enroll in either or both semesters of the regular academic year or the summer sessions. To qualify, students must have a minimum grade-point average of 3.2. Standardized tests are preferred but not required for admission.
Students meeting these admission standards must also submit a concurrent enrollment application along with a $40 application fee. In addition, the student's high school counselor, teacher, or principal must submit a letter of recommendation stating that the student has the necessary academic skills and personal development to succeed at Tulane University. SoPA will not admit any student to the Concurrent Enrollment program without all required material and records. Students are limited to two undergraduate courses per semester.
SoPA tuition rates apply to all courses.
In order to start this process, please contact Daniel Rahey.