NKU's School-Based Scholars program welcomes any homeschool student to apply and take courses at NKU.
Please check out the drop-down questions below for more information about how homeschool students can take part in NKU's dual-credit program.
Homeschool juniors and seniors
Homeschool freshmen and sophomores
Homeschool freshmen and sophomores:
Students are responsible for the cost of tuition for their course(s) and the cost of textbooks. The tuition rate varies each year. Students taking classes at the Highland Heights campus may also purchase a parking pass.
Students are eligible for KHEAA's KY Dual-Credit Scholarship, which covers up to two dual-credit classes while a student is a junior or senior in high school and KHEAA's Work Ready Scholarship, which can cover up to two certain career and technical courses each semester.
However, please note that these scholarships are not managed through NKU.
For more information, please visit Tuition and Scholarships.
Homeschool students who have been admitted into the NKU program can refer to Current Students: Register and Prepare for SBS to register and prepare for the upcoming semester.
For Norse Advising assistance, please visit Dual-Credit Advising.
Students who run into issues or questions should email email@example.com for assistance.