HACC offers the Early Admissions program to selected high school juniors and seniors, who are given the opportunity to complete college credits at HACC campuses or online. The Early Admissions program is design for accelerated high school or homeschooled juniors and seniors. Students typically have completed the majority of their high school course work.
Acceptance to the Early Admissions Program is depended on placement test results. A student's placement test results must demonstrate the ability to read and write at the college level. Admission to the college does not ensure acceptance into selected programs.
How do I apply?
Students are required to submit:
NOTE: Incomplete applications will not be processed. All application materials must be received in sufficient time to allow for admission review, placement testing and class registration.
What is the application deadline?
- Fall semester - August 1
- Spring semester - December 1
- Summer I semester - May 15
- Summer II semester - June 15
NOTE: Summer I and Summer II offer accelerated coursework. Please meet with your campus coordinator for more details.
What are my next steps?
The College Pathways Coordinator will contact you to set up a placement testing appointment
Once placement testing is complete and scores are available, the College Pathways Coordinator will contact you to discuss your application status
If you meet the Early Admission eligibility requirements, you will be assigned an advisor and can continue with the enrollment process.
For more information, please contact the College Pathways Coordinator at the HACC campus closest to your high school between 8:00 AM and 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday.
Gettysburg & York Campuses
Harrisburg Campus & Virtual Learning
Lancaster & Lebanon Campuses