Dual Credit Enrollment
Point will consider early admission of qualified high school students under the dual credit enrollment program. Under strict conditions, students may be admitted to college following the tenth grade. Such students are considered on the basis of high school grades thus far, entrance test scores and recommendation of the high school counselor. Such a program must be under the advisement of the counselor and coordinated with the prescribed graduation requirements of that high school. The student should follow the regular admission procedures, as well as completing the dual credit enrollment form.
A student who has previously attended Point and has been out of school for one semester should submit: (1) a new application; (2) official transcripts from
colleges attended; and (3) a current spiritual reference. Students who have been out of school for one year or more must also submit an updated immunization form to the Student Development Office if admitted. The Admission Committee will act on an application for readmission on the basis of the quality of previous academic performance, Christian character, social development and the committee’s estimate of the student’s ability to succeed at Point (though readmission does not guarantee successful completion of any particular program of study). The student is subject to the catalog in effect at the time of readmission.
A person who is in the process of seeking a degree from another college (home institution) and who is in good standing with that college may apply for admission to Point as a transient student. Click here
for more information on transient student admission.