HACC's Dual-Enrollment program gives qualified high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to receive high school and college credit simultaneously.
Dual-enrollment students can take college credit courses at any HACC campus. You can also choose an off-site location or online. The credits you earn may satisfy high school graduation requirements. These course credits also become part of your permanent HACC record. You can apply them to a HACC degree program or transfer them to another college.
Why should I participate in the dual-enrollment program?
- We offer courses at the prevailing college tuition rate .
- Courses provide HACC college credits. Credits can typically transfer to other colleges and universities.
- You will experience the college setting -the dual-enrollment program can ease your transition from high school to college.
- You will become familiar with the college class format. You will also learn how to better manage your time.
- College-level coursework and student services can help you decide what you want to do in the future.
How does the dual-enrollment program work?
- HACC's Office of College Pathways suggests course offerings. It approves courses that have maximum transferability to post-secondary institutions.
- HACC faculty members teach the courses.
- Classes consist of dual-enrollment students and traditional HACC college students.
- You will need to apply for the Dual-Enrollment program and pay the required tuition and fees.
Am I eligible for dual enrollment?
Your high school must recommend you for the program. You must also meet course prerequisites through HACC's placement testing program.
Who can I contact for more information?
Please contact the College Pathways Coordinator at the HACC campus closest to your high school. You can find more information by calling between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.