Students completing dual enrollment classes receive both high school and college credit. The courses available are determined by the contract with the high school. Students must meet all course prerequisites prior to registration. Prerequisites may be met by achieving required minimum scores on the COMPASS Placement Test or ACT Test. See COMPASS Placement Testing for additional information. Click here for Placement Test Exemptions.
Most dual enrollment students take courses at their high school. Students may take dual enrollment courses at one of Jefferson State’s locations when it is outlined in the dual enrollment agreement. Students may apply online or submit a printed application. Refer to these registration dates & times.
Tuition & Fees
Registration is not complete until tuition and fees are paid in full. Students in dual enrollment must pay normal tuition as required by the institution. The cost for courses is determined by the course credit hours and the location of the course. Prices may differ for courses taken at the high school. Financial aid is not available to high school students. Students who participate in the PACT program may use PACT funds to pay for dual enrollment courses. In order to utilize PACT, students must contact PACT directly and activate their PACT account early. PACT students are also required to submit the PACT Authorization Form each semester.
For Additional Information
Contact your high school counselor or e-mail email@example.com.