Get a jump-start on your college education by taking courses before you graduate high school! High school juniors or seniors, or home-school equivalent, have access to hundreds of course options every fall, spring, and summer. Explore areas that interest you while you increase your skills in time management, improve your study habits, and gain confidence!
Earning college credit before graduating high school can allow students to finish college early, saving in tuition costs and living expenses, including food and housing. CCAC's college credits are among the most affordable in Pennsylvania!
A complete listing of tuition and fees can be found here.
Having introductory classes taken care of before your freshman year in college frees up schedule space to minor in another subject, get a part-time job, or become more involved in extra-curricular activities.
Research shows that dually enrolled students are more likely to stay in college after their freshman year than the average student.
With CCAC being accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, our credits are very transferable to other local colleges and universities as well as hundreds of others across the country.
- Complete your dual enrollment application
- Complete and submit your parent/guardian authorization form
- Request your school official send your transcript to [email protected]
- Complete placement exams (if applicable)
Note: some courses do not require placement tests
- Meet with an Academic Advisor to register your course
Students who have not yet attained High School Junior or Senior Status (or home school equivalent) may apply for Dual Enrollment. Students must submit:
- Dual Enrollment Application
- Current transcript
- Parent authorization form
- Written recommendation from high school representative (teacher, school counselor, principal)
- Completion of CCAC'S Reading, Mathematics, and English placement exams with resulting scores indicating eligibility for college level work
- Signed Informed Consent Form
Above materials will be reviewed by a committee of college representatives who will evaluate and recommend an admission decision. All committee decisions will be final.