Dual Enrollment/Early Enrollment Programs

  • *If you are interested in enrolling in college courses as a high school student please communicate this to your guidance counselor and administration. You must be aware that the cost of taking any courses outside the high school is your responsibility.

    Application Process for Delaware County Community College (DCCC)

    1. Complete the DCCC application and a transcript request form (all found in the guidance office) and return all paperwork to Mrs. Williams in the guidance office.  ***NEW - Students can complete an online application for dual enrollment (online application found under Step 1: Gather Paperwork) ***  9th - 12th grades students can apply for dual enrollment courses at DCCC
      • Deadline for DCCC – Due date for Summer and Fall is TBD
    2. Once accepted, talk to the College Admission Department about your class schedule. Students accepted to DCCC will also have to schedule a date and time to take your placement test.
    3. Schedule an appointment with your guidance counselor and/or an administrator. Provide the high school with a copy of your acceptance letter & college schedule. At this time upon approval your schedule at the high school can be adjusted to fit your college schedule. Juniors taking dual enrollment classes will be permitted 1 period of early dismissal per 1 course taken (e.g. 1 college course = 1 period of early dismissal; 2 college courses = 2 periods of early dismissal, etc.).
    4. Once the course is completed, it is up to the student to get the grade(s) to his/her counselor so it can be added to his/her high school transcript.
    5. Additional dual enrollment information for DCCC can be found at the following link: DCCC Dual Enrollment

    Courses and Cost

    • DCCC offers introductory courses
    • Application fee is waived
    • DCCC = $125 PER CREDIT. Students may take up to 21 total credits at the reduced rate.
    • Cost for dual enrollment courses, books and fees are the responsibility of the student/parents/guardians

     


    Application Process for Goldey-Beacom College

    1. Go to www.gbc.edu and complete the free, online application. Click “Apply Today” on the main page of our website and select the “Undergraduate Domestic Application.”    When choosing the program of study, select the “Non-Degree” option from the dropdown.
    2. Complete a Transcript Release form (found in the guidance office) and return it to the high school guidance office.
    3. Contact your Goldey-Beacom College Admissions Representative to enroll in class
    4. Schedule an appointment with your guidance counselor and/or an administrator. Provide the high school with a copy of your acceptance letter & college schedule. At this time upon approval your schedule at the high school can be adjusted to fit your college schedule. Juniors taking dual enrollment classes will be permitted 1 period of early dismissal per 1 course taken (e.g. 1 college course = 1 period of early dismissal; 2 college courses = 2 periods of early dismissal, etc.).
    5. Once the course is completed, it is up to the student to get the grade(s) to his/her counselor so it can be added to his/her high school transcript.
    6. Additional information can be found here: Goldey-Beacom Dual Enrollment
      • To be admitted to the program, students must be a Junior or a Senior in high school and have a minimum 2.7 GPA

    Courses and Cost

    • See Mrs. Williams for courses offered
    • Application fee is waived
    • Goldy-Beacom College = $100 per course plus the cost of books
    • Cost for dual enrollment courses, books and fees are the responsibility of the student/parents/guardians

     


    Application Process for Cecil College

    1. Complete the online Cecil College application Online Application, Cecil College Dual Enrollment Memorandum of Understanding (found in the guidance office), and a transcript release form (found in the guidance office), SAT/ACT are not required, but can be used if the tests have been taken
    2. Once all parts are completed, schedule an appointment with the Cecil College Admissions office to hand in the paperwork and discuss the next steps (Skills Assessment, courses, etc.)
    3. Schedule an appointment with your guidance counselor and/or an administrator. Provide the high school with a copy of your acceptance letter & college schedule. At this time upon approval your schedule at the high school can be adjusted to fit your college schedule. Juniors taking dual enrollment classes will be permitted 1 period of early dismissal per 1 course taken (e.g. 1 college course = 1 period of early dismissal; 2 college courses = 2 periods of early dismissal, etc.).
    4. Once the course is completed, it is up to the student to get the grade(s) to his/her counselor so it can be added to his/her high school transcript.

     

    Courses and Cost

    • Introductory Courses
    • Cost of course, plus books and fees
    • $150 off the cost of a 3 credit course; $200 off the cost of a 4 credit course
    • Cost for dual enrollment courses, books and fees are the responsibility of the student/parents/guardians
    • Scholarship opportunity - the application can be found in the guidance office.
      • Requirements: must be 16 years old and a junior or senior; GPA - Junior: 3.0, Senior - 2.5

     


    Application Process for Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences *Agreement starts August 1, 2020

    1. Student must be a junior of a senior
    2. Student must have completed Algebra I, Algebra II, Biology with lab, and an advanced science with a lab (e.g. Chemistry, Physics)
    3. Students must complete an application, submit transcripts and testing scores (ACT and/or SAT). Contact PA College of Health Sciences at 800-622-5443 or dualenrollment@PAcollege.edu for a free application
    4. Schedule an appointment with your guidance counselor and/or an administrator. Provide the high school with a copy of your acceptance letter & college schedule. At this time upon approval your schedule at the high school can be adjusted to fit your college schedule. Juniors taking dual enrollment classes will be permitted 1 period of early dismissal per 1 course taken (e.g. 1 college course = 1 period of early dismissal; 2 college courses = 2 periods of early dismissal, etc.).
    5. Once the course is completed, it is up to the student to get the grade(s) to his/her counselor so it can be added to his/her high school transcript.
    6. Additional information can be found on PA College of Health Sciences website

     

    Courses and Cost

    • Students are not eligible for remedial courses
    • Students are able to take courses in the following subjects: English, Reading or Language, Arts, Writing, Science, Technology, Engineering, MAthematics, Foreign Languages, Civics & Government, Economics, History, Geography, Computer Science, Music, Career & Technical Education, Health, and Physical Education
    • Students are eligable to take upto 7 credits per semester at 50% off the annual per credit hour tuition. Anything over 7 credits a semester will be full tuition rate.
    • Books and additional fees may apply
    • Cost for dual enrollment courses, books and fees are the responsibility of the student/parents/guardians

     


    Applicaion Process for West Chester University

    Open to high school juniors and seniors. There are no application fees. Please follow the steps below:

    • Sign-in to www.wcupa.edu/ApplyNonDegree
    • Follow directions for high school students
    • Choose dual-enrollment partnership program
    • Choose the appropriate high school from drop down menu
    • Enter anticipated high school graduation date
    • Enter name, date of birth, gender, social security number and required fields
    • Enter electronic signature

    At this point, the student will get an email with an auto-filled registration form. The student should take this to the guidance counselor for signature. Completed forms should be emailed to University Admissions by the guidance counselor at ugadmiss@wcupa.edu

    Send all materials electronically to University Admissions, ugadmiss@wcupa.edu. Please call 610-436-3411 with any questions. Your completed application will be reviewed and you will be notified that you are eligible to enroll.

    Courses and Costs

    • Courses meet Monday, Wednesday and Fridays at 1:05pm - 1:55pm at the Graduate Center
    • $200 per credit (i.e. 3 credit course = $600, 3 credit course = $800)
    • Cost for dual enrollment courses, books and fees are the responsibility of the student/parents/guardians

     


    Application Process for Eastern Mennonite University Lancaster

    Eligibility
    1. Students should have successfully completed (B or better) at least some of the academically challenging coursework offered by their high school (i.e. AP courses).
    2. The student’s high school advisor or, if home schooled, a parent or guardian must complete the Student Academic Eligibility Form. This form affirms that the student has demonstrated the intellectual ability and maturity to engage with and successfully complete a college level course.

    Registration for General Education Course Enrollment
    3. The student must complete a registration form. No application fee is required. All course placements are subject to seat availability. If a course is full you will be placed on a waiting list.
    4. When the student’s Student Academic Eligibility Form and registration form have been completed and submitted by the semester registration deadline, the high school student will be placed in an open section of a class. Students wishing to take more than one course are asked to wait until the drop/add period before enrolling in additional courses and will need to use our existing drop/add process.

    Courses and Cost

    *Courses for the 2021-2022 School Year can be found at: https://emu.edu/lancaster/gened/enrollment/courses                                                                                               *Tuition (per credit hour): $134                                                                                                                                                                                                        *Technology Fee (charge per term): $37.50

     Additional information about the Early Enrollment program can be found at: https://emu.edu/lancaster/gened/enrollment/

     

    Contacts        

    Ms. Courtney Clarke
    Assistant Director of Dual Enrollment & Pathway Programs
    Delaware County Community College


    Phone: (610) 359-5221
    cclarke9@dccc.edu

    Ms. Brittany Hobbs
    Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions
    Goldey-Beacom College


    Phone: (302) 225-6243
    hobbs@gbc.edu

    Ms. April Stern
    Admissions Representative
    Cecil College


    Phone: (410) 287-1045
    astern@cecil.edu

     

    Ms. Ashton Fiucci, M.A. Admissions Counselor     PA College of Health Sciences

    Phone: (717)-947-6206

    aefiucci@pacollege.edu

    Ms. Michelle Siejak
          Recruitment Specialist       Eastern Mennonite University - Lancaster

    Phone: 717-690-8600

    michelle.siejak@emu.edu