Do my grades go on my college transcript?
Yes. Courses taken through any of the HS2CCC programs count as regular college courses that you receive credit for. The grades that you receive for those courses will go on your permanent college transcript. It is important to ensure your success in these courses. In the event that you do not pass a course, this could affect your financial aid eligibility in the future.
What courses can I take with Dual Enrollment?
Please refer to the Dual Enrollment Course Listings per High School 2018-2019 to see a list of courses that you may take through Dual Enrollment at the high school you are attending.
How do I become a Dual Enrollment student?
To enroll in Dual Enrollment (DE) courses and receive DE credit, students need to go through the DE enrollment process which must be completed through their high school in partnership with the HS2CCC Program Manager. The Registration and Enrollment Services office at CCC cannot accept DE applications directly. For DE credit, students need to complete and submit:
- CCC Special Admission Application form
- Valid photo ID or other proof of residency
- Meet Placement test(s) and/or prerequisites
- Class registration form by the deadline
- Payment (if applicable) of Tuition by the deadline
What is placement testing?
Many courses that students can take through the HS2CCC programs require that you meet a certain prerequisite, or earn a certain score on the placement test (or ACT/SAT), in order to take the course. Accuplacer Placement testing is conducted at each high school and also at the CCC Campuses certain times throughout the year. For more information on this, please consult your high school counselor or the HS2CCC Program Manager.
How many credits can I earn?
There is no limit on the amount of credits you can earn through HS2CCC during your time in high school. However, there is a cap of 15 credits that you may take per semester. If you would like to earn more than 15 credits in a semester, you would need to fill out a General Petition form and get it approved through Registration at one of our CCC campuses.
Can I get assistance to pay for my Dual Enrollment courses?
There are some scholarships available through the high schools that can assist you with your Dual Enrollment tuition. To find out if you are eligible for a scholarship, please contact your high school counselor.
How do I make a tuition payment for my courses?
- By Phone
- Please call Student Accounts at 928-226-4237 (credit debit/debit card)
- In Person
- At the CCC Registration Desk at CCC Lone Tree Campus, Fourth Street Campus or Page Instructional Site
- Payment Evenings
- At your high school (on one of the scheduled payment nights)
*If CCC does not receive payment for DE class by September 7th, 2018 (fall classes) or Jan 25th (Spring classes), 2018 the student will be dropped for non-payment.
What is the difference between DE, CAVIAT, and Concurrent?
Dual Enrollment CAVIAT Concurrent
What is the difference between Dual Enrollment and AP courses?
Dual Enrollment AP
How does Dual Enrollment differ from Concurrent Enrollment?
Dual Enrollment classes meet at the high school during the regular high school day and are taught by high school teachers that meet the same credentialing standards as college instructors and use college curriculum and text. The high school agrees to accept these college courses toward a student's high school completion. Concurrent Enrollment classes meet at a college site or online and are not affiliated with the high school. Students interested in Concurrent Enrollment must submit a Special Admission Application form. Students need prior approval from their high school counselor or administration if they want these college courses to help satisfy high school requirements.
How do I send my transcripts to another college?
For a step by step guide on how to request your college transcripts from CCC, go to our How to Order a Transcript webpage.
How do Dual Enrollment credits transfer?
Most of the courses offered through Dual Enrollment are transferable to other colleges and universities within Arizona. You can check to see if your course is transferable by visiting the AZTransfer website. If you are planning to attend a college or university that is out of state, please consult with that college about how your credits will transfer.
How do I register for classes?
Registration for classes taken through any of the HS2CCC programs is done through a CCC representative upon a visit to your high school. Registration for these courses cannot be done at any of our campuses.
Who is eligible to take Dual Enrollment Courses?
Dual Enrollment courses are intended for high school Juniors and Seniors, who take precedence during the enrollment and registration process. Depending on space availability, courses may be opened up to Freshman and Sophomore students.
How much do Dual Enrollment courses cost?
Arts and Sciences (A&S) courses are $10 per credit hour. Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses receive a full tuition waiver.