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Dual Enrollment

Dual enrollment provides high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to enroll in college level courses through local colleges while enrolled in a Carroll County Public High School.  Dually enrolled students may take college courses for which they have met the prerequisite requirements and for which they have received authorization by both a parent/guardian and a designated school official.   Approval for participation is dependent upon the student’s GPA, service-learning hours, and attendance requirements.  Courses may be selected from either the general education component or the career completer courses of CCPS state-approved programs offered at the College.

Registration Process

  1. Complete the Carroll Community College Application.
  2. Register and attend the CCC advising session. (Parents/guardians must attend this meeting.)  Link to the video and attendance confirmation will be provided after you complete the RSVP here www.carrollcc.edu/dual.
  3. Complete the CCPS Dual Enrollment Request form with your High School Counselor.
  4. Set up your My Carroll account: You will receive a set up email 1-2 days after applying.
  5. Review the course placement requirements and provide qualifying college-level scores, or take the placement tests.
  6. Register for classes. All steps above must be complete. You have 3 options, pick one:
    o Register for classes in your Lynx Student Portal www.carrollcc.edu/mycarroll. Only register for the number of classes approved by your high school.
    o Need help with class selection? Call the Admissions Office (410-386-8430) to schedule a meeting or schedule a meeting through Starfish in your Lynx Student Portal.
    o Email admissions@carrollcc.edu, from your Carroll email account, with the classes you’d like to take. Include the course and section number.
  7. Attend New Student Orientation.

 

CCPS Dual Enrollment Information

Dual Enrollment Benefits

  • Earn high school and college credit while still in high school.
  • Challenge yourself.
  • Take advantage of diverse course offerings.
  • Start your college career locally with more support!