Putting a price tag on the lifelong value of a good education is hard to do, especially when that education is focused on some of the fastest-growing career fields in the world. For students focused on the pursuit of a post-secondary education, the time to prepare for future costs is now!
The Embry-Riddle Dual Enrollment Program has been created as an affordable way for families to advance and support their high school student’s goals for the future.
Tuition costs are applied on a per credit hour basis, with most Dual Enrollment courses being 3-4 credit hours each. The cost per credit hour for students enrolled in courses at one of our partner high schools may vary.
- Rate: The current cost per credit hour for Online courses is $250.
- Fees: There are no fees associated with the Dual Enrollment program at this time.
- Textbooks & Course Materials: Each student is expected to pay for the cost of any books and materials associated with their course. All related books and materials may be purchased from the Embry-Riddle Bookstore online.
For steps on how to pay for course tuition, please view our Tuition Payment Guide.
Since Dual Enrollment students have not yet graduated from high school, they are classified as “non-degree seeking” students by Embry-Riddle. Due to their non-degree seeking status, Dual Enrollment students are not eligible for traditional forms of financial aid.
Some states do offer reimbursement programs for the cost of tuition, fees and books associated with dual enrollment courses. We encourage all of our Students and their Parents to speak with their high school counselor to see if there are any funding programs available for dual enrollment courses.
The Embry-Riddle Dual Enrollment Office will do their very best to help guide all Students and their Parents when seeking state funding opportunities, but we are unable to cover every Dual Enrollment policy in each state. We encourage all stakeholders to do their own due diligence prior to registering for courses with us. There are new state funding programs added every year, and the awareness of their existence is not guaranteed to be raised by the related state department itself.
For questions related to Embry-Riddle Financial Aid policies and resources for Undergraduate Students, please visit their page.
The payment of tuition and all other applicable fees becomes an obligation at the time of registration. The Federal Truth in Lending Act requires a complete disclosure of the terms and conditions governing the payment of these obligations and the method of calculating any applicable finance charges.
Failure to make payment in full by the due date may result in administrative withdrawal from classes. In the event that a student’s delinquent account is turned over to a collection agency and/or in the event of a suit to collect a delinquent account, the responsible party will be charged all of the University’s cost of collection, including attorney’s fees.
To access your Tax Form 1098-T, please log into your ERAU student account. From your student service center, please navigate to self-service, then campus finances. Once you are in campus finances, you can click on the “view 1098-T” link.
**Please note: Tax Form 1098-T will automatically generate if a student’s social security number is on file.
If the link to view the 1098-T is not present, please check your personal information within the service center to verify if your social security number has been entered. If your social security number has not been entered, please enter it into the system and then the Dual Enrollment Office. We will verify this information and have the form generated for you.
It is never too early to start planning for college. Saving money, learning about financial aid, and budgeting for your life as a student are all part of the process. Below is a list of some tools and sources of information that you might find helpful before, during, and after you go to college.