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High School Dual Enrollment

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High School University Program (HSUP)

The High School University Program allows qualified students to begin their college education before graduation from high school. Students have the opportunity to experience life at a four-year university on a part-time basis while taking approved college courses convenient for their high school schedule during the traditional academic year.

Due to impaction at CSUSB, the High School University Program is only being offered for specific preexisting cohorts. To see if your high school provides a current cohort, please contact 

Admission Requirements

  • Junior or senior standing at your high school. Sophomore and Freshman will be considered based on space availability.
  • A 3.0 (or higher) grade point average in college preparatory coursework beginning in the 10th grade
  • Recommendation form signed by your principal (Official High School University Program Recommendation Form)
  • Adequate high school preparation in prerequisite courses (where prerequisites apply)

Fees Breakdown 

Students in the High School University Program pay a reduced registration fee of $10.50 per term. Activity & lab fees apply to some courses. There will be an additional fee for students who require a parking permit per term. All fees are due within the first week of class. Fees may be subject to change.

Cal State San Bernardino’s Campus Holiday Schedule

Your university course schedule may not match your high school’s holiday schedule. If your high school is closed on a day that the university is not, you will be expected to attend your university class. See the current class schedule and your course syllabus for any holidays or view our academic calendar.

The High School University Program is the beginning of your college career… Grades count!

Refer to the current class schedule for important dates. Campus policy prohibits students from dropping courses after the census date without documented reasons and administrative approval.

Students must maintain good academic standing in order to continue enrollment in the program. Participation in the High School University Program does not automatically qualify a student for regular CSU admission.

Grades may be viewed online at MyCoyote. Official transcripts may be obtained from the Office of the Registrar by completing a request form and submitting applicable fees.

Application Material
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Recommendation Form


*Please note that this form is intended to be completed by an academic instructor who can best attest to your ability to succeed in a college-level course.

Unofficial Transcript

For students applying to a cohort model course, instructors will request unofficial transcripts on their behalf.

If you are seeking to enroll in a course individually, please contact an administrator at your records office. Your administrator can email an unofficial copy to