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What is dual enrollment?

Students grades ninth through twelfth are able to earn college credit by attending classes at Washtenaw Community College while still attending high school. All credits earned through dual enrollment will be part of the student’s official WCC transcript. Most dual enrollees use the opportunity to complete some of their general education classes. These students like the small class sizes, personal attention, and affordable tuition that WCC offer. WCC credit also easily transfer to most four-year institutions—which is great for students that plan to attend a four-year university or college.

Who is eligible for dual enrollment?

Any current high school student who meets all of WCC’s admission requirements (Dual Enrollment Packet). Dual enrolled students are eligible to register for any course(s) as long as the course prerequisite is met. High school counselors can best assist in determining courses for enrollment.

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Visit our Steps for Dual Enrollment to see how easy it is to become a dual enrolled student.

Benefits of dual enrollment

  • Students gain an early start to their educational and career goals. Even taking just one WCC course each semester of high school, 24 or more credits may be earned.
  • Helps to ease the transition between high school and college
  • Dual enrollment students are considered WCC students and therefore have access to all of the services WCC offers.
  • Depending on the class taken and grade achieved, students may transfer courses to most four-year institutions. Check out the MTA agreement for a list of courses that qualify!

Who pays for dual enrollment?

  • Most public schools pay for their student to dual enroll. However, any tuition, fees and textbooks not covered by the high school will be the responsibility of the student/family.
  • For non-public school students, the State of Michigan determines what dollar amount, if any, it will pay per course. Any tuition, fees and textbooks not covered by the State of Michigan is the responsibility of the student/family.
  • Payment or payment authorization must be turned in to the WCC Cashier’s Office by the appropriate payment deadline. Payment or payment authorization needs to be submitted each semester a student is dually enrolled.

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