Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC)

Community College of Allegheny County

Dual / Concurrent Enrollment

   
 Dual Enrollment Information 11-2013








Dual Enrollment brochure (PDF)
  Earn College Credits While in High School

The CCAC Dual Enrollment or Concurrent Enrollment program offers juniors and seniors a chance to earn college credit while still in high school. This is a great opportunity for you to jumpstart your college career and experience the college classroom while saving money on tuition. There are three easy steps to enroll. Anyone considering either enrollment program should first talk to their high school counselor.

   

Enrollment Steps

It is important to discuss dual / concurrent enrollment plans with your high school counselor before you apply. High school juniors and seniors are eligible to apply in three easy steps:

Dual Enrollment (011)

Step 1. Complete the CCAC High School Dual Enrollment Program Application/Registration Form.  

Step 2. Have a high school official and your parents sign the CCAC High School Dual Enrollment Program Application/Registration Form and attach your most recent high school transcript to the application. 

Step 3. Send or take all forms to the CCAC Registration & Advisement office at the campus you plan to attend.

   

Concurrent Enrollment (012.1)

Step 1. Complete the CCAC Concurrent Enrollment Program Application/Registration Form.  

Step 2. Have a high school official and your parents sign the CCAC High School Concurrent Enrollment Program Application/Registration Form and attach your most recent high school transcript to the application. 

Step 3. Send or take all forms to the CCAC Registration & Advisement office at the campus you plan to attend.

   

What happens next?

 
  • The director of Registration will review your application for the High School Dual or Concurrent Enrollment program.
  • If you are registering for a Mathematics or English course, you must schedule an appointment to take a CCAC placement test at the campus or center you plan to attend.
  • For the Dual Enrollment Program, you are fully responsible for all tuition and fees charged.
  • For the Concurrent Enrollment Program, a third party sponsor is responsible for all tuition and fees.
  • You are expected to adhere to all college policies and procedures regarding attending classes, withdrawing from classes and student discipline standards.