Find a list of schools that offer Ball State dual-credit courses, as well as information for home-schooled students and online courses.

Review the fees you’ll need to pay for taking dual-credit courses. See some financial aid options that might be available to you.

Indiana College Core

Complete up to 30 hours of college credit toward your Ball State education before graduating high school.

Earn College Credit for High School Classes

About 1,100 high school students across the state of Indiana earn college credit through Ball State's Dual Credit Program. Offered online and on site, the classes are the same as what we offer college students.

Hear from students, teachers, parents, and school administrators about the benefits of dual credit.

Discover Ways to Earn Credit

Clearpath is an advising tool that uses career and personality assessments to help you explore how Ball State Dual Credit courses can define your educational path. Engage, learn, and explore with this interactive tool.

Want to Partner with Us?

Are you a high school faculty member or administrator thinking about adding dual-credit options to your curriculum? We’re here to provide a convenient, unique way for your students to gain college experience and credits within your supportive environment.

Drop or Withdraw from a Course

If you need to drop or withdraw from a dual-credit course, please review what we’ll need from you. Also, you may be eligible for a refund depending on how long you’ve been enrolled.

Contact Us

Do you have questions or want to work with us?

Dual Credit Program

Teachers College, Room 708
Muncie, IN, 47306

8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Eastern time