DUAL ENROLLMENT APPLICATION
Dual Enrollment Application Information for Students, School Principal/Designee and
Parent/Guardian. By signing this Dual Enrollment Application, you acknowledge the following:
A. This program is designed for K-12 students seeking advanced scholastic courses. Cerritos
College defines advanced scholastic as:
a. Courses meeting Cerritos College requirements for an Associate in Arts Degree,
excluding remedial English and math courses.
b. Courses that are transferrable to four-year institution (ex. ENGL 100, MATH 140, etc.)
c. Vocational courses below 100 level may be taken (ex. COS 50, WELD 52, etc.).
B. Students shall receive college credit for the community college courses that they successfully
C. Students may not enroll in pre-collegiate courses (1-99) or physical education courses.
Cerritos College has determined that non-transferable and physical education courses are the
types of courses that would not be considered “advanced scholastic”
a. Auditing a course is the only other option for a student to take a physical education
course. Auditing allows the student to participate but they will not receive college credit.
Audit fees are not covered by the Dual Enrollment program.
D. Students may only enroll in courses not available to the student within their school district.
E. Students may not enroll in a college course to alleviate a high school deficiency. For instance,
students who failed a course in high school may not retake it at Cerritos College.
F. Dual Enrollment students do not receive priority enrollment status. There are no exceptions.
G. Students that have previously enrolled and dropped their courses and/or have received
substandard grades and/or have not made satisfactory progress will not be allowed to continue
in the Dual Enrollment Program.
H. Content in some courses may not be suitable for minors. Cerritos College reserves the right
and has the responsibility to restrict dual enrollment if it is determined that the student does not
have the ability to benefit from enrollment or for reasons of health and safety, appropriateness
of the course, preparedness of the students or college policy.
I. Completion of the Self-Report Tool (SRT) is an admissions requirement for all Dual Enrollment
students regardless of the college coursework the student wishes to enroll in.
a. It is the student’s responsibility to meet with complete requests for pre-requisite
clearances prior to attempting to enroll in classes.
J. Students must apply for Dual Enrollment every semester.
K. Students are subject to the Cerritos College Student Code of Conduct.