Dual Enrollment Program
Earn FREE college credit through Dual Enrollment courses at Anna Maria College. This program allows you to earn credit toward a high school/homeschool diploma and college degree simultaneously, saving you time and money toward your college degree. Students selected should have a grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. (80 on a 100 point scale). GPA can be weighted or unweighted.
Dual Enrollment offers the student courses that will transfer to most two-year and four-year public and private institutions, while simultaneously completing high school graduation requirements. As you consider dual enrollment, please make sure to work with your college counselor to make them aware of these classes so that they can assist you with appropriate academic advising and course scheduling during your Junior and Senior year.
Selected students are enrolled in a part-time course load depending on their program and course needs. Dual Enrollment students are considered Anna Maria College students and as such will be awarded the same academic support privileges as other Anna Maria College students. All Dual Enrollment students are limited to 2 classes per term (Fall and Spring). Classes begin on August 29 for the fall term and January 17 for the spring term.
Students enrolled in this program are non-matriculated students and are eligible for two initial classes for free. Two additional classes will be free for students that enroll at Anna Maria College. Students that do not enroll at Anna Maria College will pay normal tuition fees for the additional two classes. Additional costs may include books, lab fees, and materials. If necessary, students are responsible for their own transportation. Classes will be held Mondays and Wednesdays from 7-8 p.m. or Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7-8 p.m. In general, students should be prepared to spend 9-10 hours per week on each class; 2-3 hours will be through formal instruction and the remaining time will be through readings, essay assignments, and other external review before each class meets. Costs associated with books, supplies, technology, and ability to connect to remote classroom are the responsibility of the student. Students are ineligible for financial aid while they are enrolled in high school.
Due to the selective and competitive nature of the Dual Enrollment program, not all applicants who apply to the program will be admitted to the College. The program is restricted to high school juniors and seniors or home schooled students, currently completing their high school requirements for their secondary school diploma. Minimum cumulative GPA for full-time students is 3.0 on a 4.0 scale (B average).
Questions about applying for and entering the Dual Enrollment program should be directed to the Office of Undergraduate Admission at (508) 849-3360 or email@example.com. Interested students are encouraged to attend an Information Session before applying (parents/guardians are welcome too!)
APPLY FOR DUAL ENROLLMENT HERE
Fall Deadline: July 15
Spring Deadline: December 15
Applications require both parent/guardian and guidance counselor/home school educator approval.
Applicants will be notified of their Admissions decision by mail at the completion of all steps.
Spring 2023 Dual Enrollment Classes
Classes on Monday/Wednesday from 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. (EST)
- BIO130 – Nutrition and Health
- CRJ101 – Foundations in Criminal Justice
- HMS100 – Patient Advocacy
Classes on Tuesday/Thursday from 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. (EST)
- BUS100 – Introduction to Business
Advising & Registration
Students admitted for dual enrollment will be registered for their classes upon admission. Registration confirmations will be sent from the Office of the Registrar.
Enrolled students will be assigned an Anna Maria ID number and an Anna Maria Email address. All communication about classes will occur through the Anna Maria Email address.
- If the student’s GPA falls below a 2.0 during any one semester, students will be ineligible to continue. Students who do not successfully complete all of their courses within a given semester may be subject to withdrawal from both current classes and future dual enrollment classes.
- Enrollment status and course load for future semesters will be evaluated based on the student’s most recent semester.
- Students must comply with all Anna Maria College Policies and Procedures as outlined in the Anna Maria Student Catalog.
- Dual Enrollment Students are allowed 3 excused absences. Any additional absences will result in students being withdrawn from the class section.
- Anna Maria College will provide tutorials covering the Engage Learning Management System online learning platform with each student before classes begin.
- Students enrolling with an IEP will be advised to work with staff from the Anna Maria College Student Success Center. The IEP is not required for admission consideration.
- The program is restricted to high school juniors and seniors or home schooled students, currently completing their high school requirements for their secondary school diploma.
Academic Credit & Transcripts
After successful completion of a semester, students will earn college credits which may be transferable to most two and four-year public and private institutions. In addition, students will receive credit from their high school to meet graduation requirements. Students are responsible for ensuring that Anna Maria college coursework will be acceptable for secondary school diploma completion through their guidance counselor. All Dual Enrollment students are responsible for requesting their official Anna Maria College Transcript through the Anna Maria Collee Registrar’s Office by completing the Transcript Request Form at the end of the semester. Anna Maria does not send official transcripts to student’s high schools or to other institutions unless the Transcript Request Form is completed. Unofficial copies of transcripts are available to students through their Anna Maria College portal account.