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Get a Head Start on College

If you're a high school student, you can take WCC classes while you're still in school with dual enrollment. And you may even be able to take them at your high school.

Dual enrollment lets you take any WCC class for which you meet the requirements. Most dual enrollees use the opportunity to get some of their general education classes out of the way. Even if they plan to attend a four-year university, these students like the small class sizes, personal attention, and affordable tuition that WCC offers.

If you take just one WCC class each September and January that you're in high school, you'll earn 18 credits. That's more than a full semester's worth of credits, giving you a great head start on college.

Take Classes at Your School

To make dual enrollment even easier and more convenient, WCC is now offering classes at high schools throughout the area. Initially, most high schools are hosting one or two classes each semester, usually at the end of the regular school day.

To find out if your high school is hosting WCC classes, check the list of participating high schools.

In most cases, your school district will pay your WCC tuition. This is true whether you take WCC classes at your high school, at WCC's main campus, or at WCC extension centers at Brighton High School, Dexter High School, the Hartland Center, and the Harriett Street Center in Ypsilanti. However, payment policies vary among school districts.

Find Out More

The best source of information about dual enrollment is your high school counselor. You also should download the dual enrollment packet. It describes how to dual enroll and has forms that you need to get signed by your parent(s) and counselor or principal.

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  • Switchboard 973-3300
  • Student Connection 973-3543
  • Blackboard help desk 477-8724
  • Counseling & Advising 677-5102
  • Financial Aid 973-3523
  • Campus Safety 973-3411
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Our main campus is located at 4800 E. Huron River Drive in Ann Arbor. Get directions to it and our other locations by clicking the map.

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