To participate in Dual Credit, high school students must meet the same standards as the general college student. This includes appropriate test scores and GPA as well as sometimes providing residency documentation.
Online application: TCC Active Apply
What you need to use Active Apply:
If you do not meet both of these requirements, you may print a Dual Credit Application (PDF opens in new window) and turn it in along with the rest of your dual credit paperwork.
High School Early Enrollment form (PDF opens in new window)
You cannot register for Dual Credit courses online.
Contact the campus on which you will take courses for college course placement information.
Check with the TCC Dual Credit Coordinator for specific information.
Dual Credit students are not eligible for federal financial aid.
However a local TCC reimbursement grant may be available to Dual Credit students with demonstrated financial need. The grant has limited funding and is allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Even if you meet eligibility requirements, the program may not have any funds to distribute.
If your ISD does not provide tuition or books, you should be prepared to pay for tuition and books.
Jack Dalrymple, Director of Dual Credit Policy, Compliance and Reporting
Richard Vela, Director of Dual Credit
Updated May 11, 2015