College Credit for High School Courses | Hodges University
  • Receive credit for high school courses at Hodges University.
  • Get College Credit for High School Courses

    At Hodges University, you may be eligible for college credit for your high school courses.

    Hodges University has articulation agreements in place with the Collier County Public Schools and The School District of Lee County. These agreements specify which courses will be accepted by the university so that students may plan accordingly. Additional information about these agreements is available through the Office of Admissions and the Office of Academic Affairs.

    Hodges University does not offer a dual enrollment program. If students choose to participate in a dual enrollment program elsewhere, each course will be evaluated for credit upon receipt of official transcripts.

    The university accepts appropriate credit recognitions established by the College Level Examination Program (CLEP), Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB) and DANTES subject testing. Official scores must be received by the university for evaluation.

    Please note that all high school final transcripts, test scores and credits to be considered for evaluation need to be submitted to the university in a timely manner.

    For any additional questions, please see the current Catalog or contact Katie Rhodes, high school coordinator, at (239) 450-0079 or at krhodes@hodges.edu.

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