Dual Enrollment (High School Students)

Dual Enrollment students are those who wish to take courses at Northeast while still in high school. In order to qualify for this program, students must present:

  • Completed NEMCC Application
  • Must have an overall  3.0 GPA
  • Official Letter of Approval from the Guidance Counselor/Principal (Faxed copies are not considered official)
  • Official Partial High School Transcript that documents a minimum of fourteen (14) high school units. (Faxed copies are not considered official)
  • ACT scores are required

Dual Credit students are those who are enrolled in college level courses during their high school day. They earn both high school and college credit at the same time. This program is available  at participating high schools. Dual Credit students must present the following for admission:

  • Completed NEMCC Application
  • Must have an overall  3.0 GPA
  • Official Letter of Approval from the Guidance Counselor/Principal (Faxed copies are not considered official)
  • Official Partial High School Transcript that documents a minimum of fourteen (14) high school units. (Faxed copies are not considered official)
  • ACT scores are required

Payment Options for Tuition

  • Restricted Dual Enrollment (Coures Exclusively for Dual Enrolled High School Students) classes will cost a total of $150.00. In addition $30.00 (online fee for eLearning class if applicable).  A  list of restricted classes will be provided. BOOK COSTS: A course materials fee will apply.
  • Charge tuition to a Dual Enrollment Account and pay later (receive FREE TUITION if student graduates with an Associates Degree from Northeast. See details below. Out-of-State students are responsible  for out-of-state  fees.) Deferment form must be submitted to the Business Office each semester.
  • Pay all tuition in full with cash or check. (Dual Enrollment students are not eligible for financial aid.)

Free Tuition Option

A student approved for a dual enrollment and/or dual credit program would have the option to pay all tuition or to charge the tuition to a Dual Enrollment Deferment Account.  The student would remain responsible for registration fees and book costs.  All tuition charges would be eligible for deferment until the student graduates from high school.  Students who subsequently enroll as full-time students at Northeast would have 25% of the total account retired for each semester that the student completes 12 or more credit hours of regular enrollment. The total balance of the Tuition Deferment Account would be retired when the student graduates with an Associates Degree from Northeast regardless of the number of semesters completed.  The Tuition Deferment Account will be updated on a semester by semester basis as additional charges or credits are made.

Students who wish to transfer to another institution while a balance exists may do so by simply paying the balance and requesting an official transcript.  No transcript of credit earned would be released by the college as long as a positive balance exists in the student’s Tuition Deferment Account.

Dual Enrollment Tuition Deferment Agreement

Last updated on October 12th, 2016 at 8:36 am.
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