Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit:
Admissions & Registration
- Meet with your high school counselor to determine if Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit is right for you and that you meet the qualifications.
- Students must have completed 14 core high school units before being admitted to the Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit program. They must also have a minimum 2.5 GPA overall on all high school courses.
- Complete an EMCC application for admission online.
- Submit an official high school transcript to EMCC to verify your GPA. You must have a 2.5 or better, on a 4-point scale, on all high school courses. Home-schooled students must send a notarized transcript.
- Submit your ACT scores to determine eligibility (documented on transcript). ACT scores are needed to enroll in English, math and advanced science classes.
- Have your high school principal or counselor submit an unconditional letter of recommendation for acceptance into the Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit program. Home schooled students may present a notarized letter from parent or home school association.
- Costs for Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit classes at EMCC:
$104 per 3 credit hour class (for additional 3 hour classes, $39 per class)
$107 per 4 credit hour class (for additional 4 hour classes, $42 per class)
Course fees, lab fees and textbooks are the responsibility of the student.
Tuition costs are subject to change in subsequent academic years.
- If you are taking Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit classes at your high school, speak with your guidance counselor about costs.
- Upon acceptance to the program, your high school counselor will help you with the next steps to apply and advise you on the college courses that are right for you.
- Credit earned during Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit is recorded on the college transcript and may be released to another institution, or used for college graduation requirements, only after students have received high school diplomas.
- Questions? Call Cindy Johnson at EMCC, (662) 243-1908 or email@example.com.