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High School Students

HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, is the college of choice for high school students in Central Pennsylvania seeking to complete college-level courses while still in high school.

HACC provides an inclusive, accessible, accredited and relevant college-level learning experience. High school students can earn college credits while completing their requirements for a high school diploma and matriculate to HACC or other colleges of their choice after graduating from high school.

Depending on which dual enrollment option you select, you can earn college credit at your high school, at a HACC campus or online.


Dual Enrollment/College in the High School Tuition 2024-25

Dual Enrollment = $175.00 per credit
College in the High School = $83.50 per credit

Most HACC courses are 3 credits. Students can confirm bill invoice and make payment via MyHACC – Registration/Records. Student bills are not mailed home. Retroactive credits will not be awarded.

College in the High School (CHS) is when a student may earn college credit for HACC courses, taught by their high school instructors, at their high school during the school day.

Students may enroll in HACC courses to earn college credit while still in high school. Courses will be taught at a HACC campus or online.

Career and technical education (CTE) students at approved career and technical education centers may earn college credit for their career programs taught at their high school and continued at HACC.


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We are here to serve you! Please refer to and use the email addresses below if you have questions.

HACC email address

Please email this account for assistance with the following:


  • Confirming HACC application status 
  • Submitting high school transcripts
  • Submitting ACT, SAT or PSAT score reports


  • Communicating about CHS and dual enrollment-related procedural steps
  • Requesting rosters and grade reports
  • Inquiring about CHS and dual enrollment-related issues
  • Asking questions about CHS class lists
  • Inquiring about becoming a CHS instructor



  • Asking general questions about dates, student accounts and HACC resources
  • Seeking assistance with HAWKMail account


  • Signing up to attend a mandatory HACC orientation session
  • Asking general orientation questions 


Asking questions about your tuition bill


  • Communicating with HACC’s admissions team
  • Inquiring about next steps in the admissions process
  • Inviting HACC to attend a college or job fair





  • Registering for CHS classes
  • Assisting dual enrollment students with selecting and registering for classes
  • Providing support for students while taking HACC classes
  • Requesting grade reports and confirmation lists of student enrollments
  • Inquiring about grades


Submitting official score reports for Advanced Placement (AP), College Level Examination Program (CLEP) or other college-level credits to be evaluated for HACC credits 


  • Communicating with HACC employees in the workforce development unit
  • Inquiring about specific details of a noncredit course or program


I agree to abide by the policies and regulations of HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College. Further, I understand the following:

  • I am responsible to ensure that all required forms and documentation are submitted in a timely manner and that required placement testing is completed before course enrollment is processed;
  • Admission to HACC and enrollment in Dual Enrollment College Programs for high school students are separate processes and placement testing may determine eligibility for enrollment;
  • I risk being dropped from my classes if I fail to pay tuition in full or fail to make payment arrangements by the due date;
  • I understand that I am enrolling in a college class which may contain content that challenges my perceptions of the world around me and expose me to controversial or adult topics;
  • I take full responsibility for the outcome of the courses as outlined in the course syllabus provided by the instructor; and
  • In the event that I decide to discontinue enrollment in any course, I will immediately notify OneStopWC@hacc.edu and my instructor(s).