Any individual wishing to pursue serious studies may enroll in an Independent Study Program course. ISP courses do not have college course prerequisites, but it is expected that enrolling students possess a command of the English language and knowledge typical of a high-school graduate. Enrollment in an ISP course does not necessarily guarantee admission to Creighton University. A 2.0 grade-point average must be maintained to continue in ISP. Normally, high school students may not enroll in ISP courses. A student may enroll in a course at any time provided there is an instructor available to supervise the course. Enrollment forms are included on this site. Normally, students may be enrolled in only two courses at the same time. However, a student may petition to the Dean of University College to enroll in a subsequent course while completing two current courses.