What You Need to Know
Before registering a high school student for dual enrollment status, guidance counselors should insure that the following information is submitted to CCBC's Enrollment Services Office:
1. An online admissions application
2. A completed College in High School / Dual Enrollment Registration Form.
3. Faxed copy of high school transcripts to 724-480-3569
4. Approved SAT/ACT scores (or have completed CCBC's Placement Test*)
- SAT - Reading, Writing and Math/450
- ACT - Reading/19, English/18, and Math/22
| Placement in Math Courses based on SAT scores
| SAT Score
|| Appropriate Math Course
| 0 - 449
|| Must take placement test to determine placement in appropriate math course.
| 450 - 499
|| MATH 130 - College Algebra
500 - 539
MATH 155 - Pre-Calculus, with completion of Trigonometry or Pre-Calculus
in High School with a grade of "C" or better.
| 540 - 549
MATH 160 - Calculus I, with completion of Trigonometry or Pre-Calculus
in HS with a grade of "A" or "B" or Calculus in High School with grade of "C" or better.
| 550 +
MATH 160 - Calculus I, with completion of Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, or
Calculus in High School with a grade of "C" or better.
Effective as of November 4th, 2013
* For current placement test dates and times, please visit http://www.ccbc.edu/AdmissionsProcess.
5. Emailed list of student names, course titles, and the funding source
Once the College has all the required documents, students are registered for the courses they have selected. A copy of their schedule is mailed to the address on their application. To verify enrollment, a roster is mailed to the guidance counselor.
CCBC makes every effort to ensure that your students are registered for the classes they plan to take. However, students should refer to the academic calendar for registration dates.
The credit course schedule is available under "Course Search" at MyCCBC.
General education courses that dual enrollment high school students have registered for include, but are not limited to: English Composition I and II, Psychology, Sociology, Algebra, History, and Introduction to Information Technology.
Dual enrollment students are not limited to particular course offerings. As long as prerequisites and placement scores are met and the counselor/school district approves the course, students are permitted to register in a variety of disciplines.