Attention Students taking ACP Classes in the 2014-2015 School Year
ACP classes are offered as dual credit courses through Indiana University, meaning you can take the courses for both high school and college credit. (Please note that these are NOT Advance Placement (AP) courses.) It is not mandatory that students take the ACP course for college credit; that is a decision that each student should make. However, if you wish to take the course for IU credit, you must now apply to the ACP Program.
The online application for students to apply for the ACP Program is now open, and will remain available until June 1, 2014. In order to be accepted into the ACP Program and earn college credit for their courses, students must have a 2.7 cumulative GPA. I am attaching three documents from IU regarding ACP and the application process:
- General information about ACP, including the tuition, course numbers and course descriptions
- An overview of the application process
- A step-by-step guide to applying online, including screen shots of the entire application
Please note: you will NOT enroll in your specific IU ACP courses at this time. You are simply applying to the ACP program. Students will enroll in their specific ACP courses through IU next year. If you are unsure if you will take the ACP class for college credit, it is OK to apply to the ACP Program now. There is no obligation to enroll in the courses for college credit or pay tuition at this time.
Likewise, even if you applied for the ACP Program last spring for courses taken this year, you MUST APPLY again this spring to be accepted.
Please see Mrs. Ulsas in the School Counseling Center with questions.