Dual Enrollment Program

Dual Enrollment Programs or Concurrent Programs are programs operated by colleges at the colleges or at the school for high school students to take college classes. Successful completion of the college-level course enables the student to obtain credit toward a college degree. Some Dual Enrollment classes can also be used for high school credit. An Enhanced Dual Enrollment Program provides academic, social, and emotional support to students through deep collaboration between the high school and college. In addition, professional development opportunities for all staff both high school and college are embedded to provide students with the supports they need as they transition from high school to college.