Welcome to ACC Dual Enrollment
The Dual Enrollment Program provides an opportunity for eligible high school students to enroll in college courses and receive both high school and college credit for the course. While dual enrollment courses are mostly taught on the high school campuses, students can also earn credit on the ACC college campus. To see more on ACC Dual Enrollment click here.
Interested in taking college courses in high school? Join us for one of our live information sessions below by clicking the link. We will cover the Dual Enrollment Program admission process, the types of courses offered, placement testing, and much more. DE Information Meetings Flyer.
Hear from one of our current Dual Degree students!
- Save Time — Earn high school credit and college credit for the same course!
- Fullfill Requirements — Satisfy requirements for the Texas High School Distinguished Achievement Plan.
- Transferability — Academic Dual Enrollment courses will transfer with a grade C or higher to any Texas public university.
- Save Money — Students that take Dual Enrollment courses on their high school campus save up to 75% in tuition.
What Qualities Should a Dual Enrollment Student Possess?
According to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, approximately 180,000 high school students are participating in dual enrollment programs. The successful student should:
- be highly motivated
- be able to stick to a goal
- make above average grades
- possess good study habits
- understand that the amount of work necessary to succeed in college courses may be greater than that of high school courses. In addition, dual credit courses become a part of a student's permanent college transcript.
What Junior High Students Need to Know to Prepare for College Classes
- Dual Enrollment Information for Junior High
- What's the Difference-Dual Enrollment (DE) and Advance Placement (AP)?
What is Dual Degree?
To help students reach their educational goals in a timely manner, local ISD's and Alvin Community College offers qualified students the opportunity to earn a high school diploma and an Associates of Arts Degree in General Studies at the same time. The Dual Degree program is a rigorous program that will require extra time and dedication. Interested students should contact their high school counselor or ACC Advisor for more information and to develop a degree plan.