Cleary University

Enhanced Dual Enrollment™

Earn free college credit in high school from an accredited private business university.

This pathway allows students to save thousands of dollars by taking free college classes during high school. Students who begin in 9th grade can earn an associate of business administration (aba) in business management by the time they graduate from high school.

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An associate's degree.
no debt.

The average cost of a year of college in 2019-2020 was $30,500, and Americans now carry an average of $37,172 in student debt per person.

The Cleary Enhanced Dual Enrollment Pathway is a chance for Michigan International Prep School students to radically accelerate their education, and to save thousands of dollars in tuition and fees by earning college credit in high school. Your student could graduate from high school with an associate's degree - with zero debt.

If you'd like to learn more about the Enhanced Dual Enrollment Pathway, click the button below, or call us at 248-289-5521

You can also text or call Lucas Peless, Executive Director of College and Career Advancements: 989-225-0276

Quick facts

what makes this pathway so great?

The average cost of a college credit is $594. The Cleary University Enhanced Dual Enrollment pathway allows students to accrue free college credits (up to an associate's degree), saving them thousands of dollars in tuition and fees.


When students start the pathway as a 9th grader, they can earn both their high school diploma AND their associate's degree at the same time when they graduate as a senior. Students who start after their 9th-grade year will be well on their way to earning an associate's degree at no cost to them.

What does it cost?

This pathway is free! Text books are covered as well.

As a bonus, any Cleary University Enhanced Dual Enrollment student who enrolls at Cleary University to complete a bachelor's degree within six months of completing the Enhanced Dual Enrollment program will receive a tuition grant of up to a 50% total discount combined with other institutional aid, which will be spread over 4 semesters.

what grade levels can participate?

9th-12th grade

Are cleary classes online, or will i need to travel?

All classes are available online. Students who live near a Cleary location will have the option of attending on-campus versions of courses.

What courses will my student take?

Who qualifies for this pathway?

There are a handful of eligibility criteria:

• Must be a MIPS high school freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior
• Must have a 2.5 cumulative unweighted GPA or higher
• PSAT requirements: 460 in Reading, 510 in Math (For the 2020-2021 school year, this requirement is waived)
• Must receive high school counselor/school administrator recommendation and approval

will my student need any special equipment?

No! MIPS and Cleary will work with you to get the appropriate textbooks for the Cleary courses that you will need. We want this to be accessible to as many of our students as possible.

Will my student have an advisor like a normal college student?

Yes! Your student will have a Cleary advisor, as well as their normal MIPS mentor.

how long during the year will this program last?

The short answer is that it lasts the entire school year.


While MIPS classes are still in the sequential track, Cleary classes are based on the semester format. In the first year, a student will have one Cleary class in the first semester and two Cleary classes in the second semester. Each year moving forward, the student will more Cleary classes per semester.

will my student have access to a certified teacher?

All dual enrollment classes are taught by certified Cleary University professors with advanced degrees. In addition, students will still have access to their MIPS mentor who will guide them through their dual enrollment experience.


If you'd like to learn more about the Enhanced Dual Enrollment Pathway, click the button below, or call us at 248-289-5521

You can also text or call Lucas Peless, Executive Director of College and Career Advancements: 989-225-0276

your virtual learning journey begins here.