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HIGH SCHOOL DUAL ENROLLMENT

Dual enrollment is when a high school student enrolls in classes at KCC at the same time they are still enrolled in high school. Dual-enrolled students traditionally spend part of the school day in class at their high school and part of the school day in class on campus at KCC. The first step to becoming a dual-enrolled high school student is to contact your high school counselor and ask about dual-enrollment opportunities at KCC.

Individuals with questions about dual enrollment opportunities at KCC should contact the College at 269-565-2042 or [email protected].

Steps for Dual Enrollment

  1. Talk with your school counselor
  2. Complete KCC Application
  3. Complete verification of address
  4. Complete Accuplacer testing or submit PSAT/SAT scores
  5. Select courses
  6. School Counselor submits authorization to KCC
  7. Register for courses
  8. Purchase Books
  9. Attend Orientation

Dual Enrollment Resources

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Below are answers to frequently asked questions about high school dual enrollment.

    Will dual enrollment classes transfer to a four-year college or university?

    In most occasions, your classes will transfer to most colleges and universities in Michigan. KCC recommends that you consult with the college or university that you plan on attending to ensure your classes will be accepted.

    Will there be any cost to the student?

    The amount that each high school is able to pay is based on the state-wide Minimum Foundation Allowance per student. You will need to consult with your high school counselor to determine how much your school is able to pay for each class.

    Are there restrictions on what classes a dual enrolled student can take?

    Each high school has a different policy on what classes their students are allowed to enroll in. You will need to consult with your high school counselor to determine which course you are able to enroll in. KCC does not prohibit students from enrolling in any class as long as the prerequisites for the class are met.

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