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What is Dual Enrollment?
Taking college courses while sll aending high school. A student is considered to be dual enrolled if they are sll
aending high school. The courses taken at Washtenaw Community College will always be a part of the student’s
ocial college record. Washtenaw Community College does not issue a high school diploma.
What are the benets of Dual Enrollment?
Geng a head start in college, earning college credit and gaining experience about the college environment and
processes while sll in high school.
Are there limitaons on courses Dual Enrolled students can register for?
WCC does not limit the types courses dual enrolled students are eligible to take. Students should meet with their high
school guidance counselor to discuss the school district’s policies on number and type of dual enrollment classes.
Who pays for my classes?
Most public schools pay for their student to dual enroll. However, any tuion, fees and textbooks not covered by the
high school will be the responsibility of the student/family. Payment or payment authorizaon must be turned in to
the WCC Cashier’s Oce by the appropriate payment deadline. For non-public school students, the State of Michigan
determines what dollar amount, if any, it will pay per course. Any tuion, fees and textbooks not covered by the State
of Michigan is the responsibility of the student/family. Payment or payment authorizaon must be turned in to the
WCC Cashier’s Oce by the appropriate payment deadline.
How to become a dual enrolled student @ WCC?
Students need to submit an online applicaon and complete all of the WCC admission requirements prior to being
eligible to register for classes. View the Dual Enrollment packet for more informaon regarding the admissions
requirements. Dual students must meet college level (Level 6 in Reading and Wring) to be eligible to take courses at
If I decide to drop or withdraw from a course, what do I do?
Speak with your high school counselor immediately. Courses must be dropped by the appropriate drop deadlines (see
our website for specic dates) and will not show on your WCC transcript. If you choose to withdraw from a course
(leaving a course aer the drop deadline but within the Withdrawal deadline) you will receive a W on your WCC
How do I look at grades?
Students can view their grades through their MyWCC account once grades are posted.
How do I get WCC transcripts?
Students can view their WCC transcript through their MyWCC account. Students can order ocial transcripts ($2.50
fee) through their MyWCC account or ll out a transcript request form at the Student Connecon (free).
Where will I take my dual enrollment class?
Students can take dual enrollment classes at WCC main campus, WCC extension sites, online or at certain high
schools. Most dual enroll classes will follow the WCC Academic Calendar.
Is nancial aid available for dual enrollment students?
No. According to federal guidelines, dual enrolled students are not eligible for nancial aid. However, poor
performance in dual enrolled classes may impact future nancial aid eligibility in the future. Students may apply for
nancial aid once they have graduated from high school.
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