HACC Students

Dual Admissions

Advantages of Dual Admission
  • Simplified Transfer Process
    • Early transfer planning
    • Specific course requirements for admission to intended major at 4-year institution eliminate credit loss of non-transferable courses
    • Official transcript reviewed by Admissions staff at 4-year institution every semester
    • Clear semester-by-semester academic advising from both a HACC advisor and an advisor at the 4-year institution
    • Personal attention from 4-year institution while a HACC student
  • Associate degree and bachelor degree are earned from two nationally recognized institutions
  • Prepared for admission at 4-year institution
  • Updated on news and events at 4-year institution
  • Access to library and other campus facilities at 4-year institution while a HACC student
  • Scholarship opportunities and comprehensive financial aid program (varies by college)
  • Application fee waived by some colleges
How to Enroll in a Dual Admission Program
If you are interested in signing a Letter of Intent to enroll in a dual admission agreement, see your HACC advisor or the dual admission counselor at your HACC campus. Students enrolled in a Dual Admission program are advised to meet regularly with their advisor or one of these counselors:

Gettysburg: Mary Arnold, Admissions Office, room 101D, 717-337-3855, ext. 3033, Email
Harrisburg: Mary Fourlas, Cooper Student Center, room 220, 717-780-2407, Email
Lancaster: Jennifer Alleman, Career and Transfer Center, room 212C, 717-358-2290, Email
Lebanon: Ann Burris, Student Services, Room 104N, 717-270-6319 Email
York: Heather Burns, YL102B, 717-718-0328, ext. 3529 Email

Students may enter into only one Dual Admission agreement at a time but before 30 college level credits are earned (some exceptions). However, they are non-binding and may be canceled by the student's written notification to both the 4-year institution and appropriate contact at their HACC campus.