High School University Program

High School University Program

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The High School University Program (HSUP) allows high school sophomores through seniors to take college-level course work at the University of Utah. The program is designed for motivated students looking for an academic enhancement to their high school curriculum and want to get a head start on their college career. HSUP students may participate in any 1000 or 2000 level course, as long as they meet any prerequisite requirements.

Be sure to check out our frequently asked questions (below) to learn more about the High School University Program. If you have additional questions about the program, please contact the program coordinator, at hsup@utah.edu.

We are no longer requiring the submission of the Counselor Recommendation Letter!

 

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS


APPLICATION & DEADLINES


TUITION & FEES


How Much does tuition cost for HSUP Students?

HSUP students receive a discounted tuition rate of $5, for each credit hour in which they enroll in. Please refer to the 2020-21 HSUP tuition rate schedule below, which is an estimate only and may change due to specific class fees. It is important to note that HSUP students are not subject to mandatory fees, which means they do not have access to the Student Life Center, campus recreation (e.g., intramural sports, sports clubs, Outdoor Adventure Center), public transit (e.g., UTA Trax, Bus and Frontrunner), university sponsored student activities, athletic events (i.e., student tickets) and some library privileges. Tuition is paid online and is due approximately one week after classes start. HSUP students who qualify for the University of Utah staff tuition reduction must complete the application process in order for the tuition discount to be applied to their HSUP tuition.

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Student status


Admitted Students


Congratulations and welcome to the program!

All admitted HSUP students are required to complete New Student Orientation, prior to registering for courses. HSUP students can register for courses starting on the open enrollment dates. To view the Academic Calendar for all open enrollment dates, by semester or academic year, visit the Office of the Registrar's website.

NOTE: HSUP students are not eligible to enroll in the following activity courses in the College of Health (ESSF, PRT-L, PRT-W, and PRT-S).

The New Student Orientation guides will explain the importance of Campus Information Service (CIS) and how to access your account. Please refer to your HSUP acceptance letter to obtain your CIS account login credentials.

Click the link below to begin the orientation process!

HSUP New Student Orientation