Dual Enrollment and Early Admissions
Get Started on Your Future
STEP 1: Meet Eligibility Requirements
STEP 2: Complete the HCC Dual Enrollment Application for Admission
STEP 3: Set up your HCC Login
STEP 4: Submit Placement Test Scores (SAT, ACT, PERT)
Reapplying Every Semester
Complete these steps every term, including your first term.
Submit Paperwork for Approval to be able to Register for Classes
Get Your Textbooks
Dual Enrollment Registration Dates and Deadlines
Students must plan ahead and communicate with their school counselor at least 10 working days prior to HCC's registration deadline to obtain and complete the required paperwork. The completed documents must be submitted to HCC by the paperwork deadline to allow for processing and to ensure meeting HCC’s final registration deadlines each term. Students who fail to meet the registration deadlines will not be eligible for dual enrollment courses until the next term. Please note that these dates and deadlines for 2021–2022 are tentative and may be subject to change.
Preparing for Classes
Getting Registered for Classes
Frequently Asked Questions
After I register, what do I do?
How do I get my textbooks?
What happens if I am unsuccessful or withdraw from a course?
How do I withdraw from a course?
What is the difference between Dual Enrollment and Early Admissions?
Who can I speak to for more information about Dual Enrollment?
How can I request accommodations for a disability?
Please note: Students will be in a learning environment that explores a diverse and open range of ideas that requires a mature understanding of multiple perspectives. Students must be able to engage in discussion in a mature and responsible manner.
Students will be attending classes with non-high school-aged students, and many encounter students of various ages and backgrounds while on an HCC campus, including students who may hold criminal records.