Dual Enrollment for High School Students
Consistent with the mission of the Department of Higher Education, Cape Cod Community College seeks to work closely with the high schools in the service area. Programs and courses offered to high school students can help meet the diverse needs of today's student population, ease the transition to college level work, and enhance the relationship between the high schools and the College.
Qualified high school students can earn both high school and college credits through the Dual Enrollment Program, authorized in the Education Reform Act of 1993.
Eligible students include Massachusetts high school students who are 16 years of age or older or homeschooled students who are 16 years of age or older who have a GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) or better. The Alternative Dual Enrollment option is available to students with GPA of 2.0 to 2.9 who meet all other dual enrollment requirements.
(Students under the age of 16 need CCCC permission and must complete an Under‐Age Student Appeal for Enrollment form, which is available in the Admissions Office. Please call (508) 362-2131 x4311 for more information.)
Dual Enrollment Applications
All students, new and returning, must complete an application. Please fill it out, then print and bring it to your high school guidance counselor to be completed and submitted.
Dual Enrollment Information Sessions
Information Sessions are required for all new Dual Enrollment students. Once your application has been processed by CCCC, please plan to attend an Information Session. Information Sessions provide an overview of the program and the college-level expectations that Dual Enrollment students will be required to meet in these courses. Other topics include placement testing, the academic calendar, and college policies such as changing schedules, requesting transcripts, FERPA regulations, and the registration process.
All Dual Enrollment Information Sessions will meet in the Admissions Office, 1st floor of the Nickerson Administration Building. Information Sessions typically run 60 minutes in length. You do not need to RSVP for your selected date. Guests, parents, friends are invited to attend also.
CVTE Linkage/Tech Prep Articulation Agreement
Cape Cod Community College has entered into a number of articulation agreements with regional vocational-technical schools and area comprehensive high schools to grant college credit and advanced placement for students who have completed the Tech Prep 2+2 program.
For more information on the CVTE Linkage/Tech Prep, contact the Tech Prep Office at Cape Cod Community College (508) 362-2131 x4353.