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The Huntington University Arizona Center for Digital Media Arts offers high school early-entry (dual credit) classes. Keep reading for more details and to see the steps in order to take advantage of this great opportunity.

Completing the Application Process

  • Complete and submit the Early Entry Application for Admission, a recommendation from your high school guidance counselor, and your $20 application fee to the HU Center for Digital Media Arts located at 8285 W Mariners Way Peoria AZ 85382. 
  • Request that an official academic transcript from your high school be sent to the Admissions Office.
  • Receive notification from the Admissions Office that you have been admitted.

After You Have Been Admitted

  • Contact the Registrar’s Office to make arrangements to register for classes.
    • Submit the Course Approval from your high school.
    • Complete the appropriate forms from the Registrar’s Office.
  • Register for classes by mail or email.
  • Receive a printout showing your class schedule.

After You Have Registered For Classes

  • Contact the Business Office to make arrangements for payment.
  • Purchase your books online at Follett Bookstore.
  • Go to the Front Desk and ask for Jamie Sanfilippo to get your picture ID.

Special Tuition Rate: $90 per credit hour. Typical courses are 3 hours or $270

Students are limited to no more than 24 credit hours as a High School Early Entry student. High school early entry students may take summer online and regular semester classes on a space-available basis. 

Fall and Spring 

  • Per semester tuition rate for up to six (6) credit hours: $90 per credit hour. 
  • Per semester tuition rate for over six (6) credit hours, up to but not including twelve (12) credit hours (6.5 to 11.5 credit hours): Regular part-time tuition rate per hour based on the 6 to 11.5 per hour rate. This rate is $386 per credit hour.
  • Parking Fee: There is no parking fee at Huntington.
  • Technology Fee: The technology fee must be paid and cannot be waived. The fee is $250 per semester.

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