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Follow These Steps:
Step 1: Submit your qualifying SAT, ACT, PSAT, ACCUPLACER test scores, or HOPE GPA (after completion of 10th grade).
Select Apply for Admission. Create an account by clicking the link: First time user account creation. You must select Dual Enrollment Student as the application type to ensure that it is processed properly.
(Note: Your application will not be processed if you have not submitted qualifying test scores – see Step 1)
Step 3: Meet with your high school counselor/home school administrator and parent/guardian to complete the Dual Enrollment student participation agreement below:
Step 4: Upload your completed Dual Enrollment Student Participation Agreement.
Step 5: Receive acceptance letter.
Acceptance letters are sent once all submitted documents have been processed. All submitted documents can take up to seven (7) business days to be fully processed.
Step 6: All new Dual Enrolled students accepted beginning Spring Semester (Jan-May 2020) must attend a New Student Orientation (NSO) session on either November 25, 2019 or December 16, 2019 (Times and location TBD – an a.m. and p.m. session will be offered – NSO last approximately 4 hours). College Acceptance Letter and NSO RSVP required.
NOTE: If you are taking your dual enrolled class(es) on a high school or career academy campus, refer to your college acceptance letter for details regarding your NSO.
Dual Enrollment Document Deadlines:
Test scores, application, and Dual Enrollment student participation agreement must be submitted by close of business on the applicable deadlines below:
Spring Semester 2020 (January – May 2020): November 15, 2019
- Summer Semester 2020 (June – August 2020): March 1, 2020
- Fall Semester 2020 (August – December 2020): April 1, 2020