Dual Enrollment Near Me

Are you looking for Dual Enrollment programs in your area?

Use the Dual Enrollment Near Me search engine to determine what countries & states allow students to apply for Dual Enrollment as well as colleges that accept Dual Enrollment credits.

Are you looking to earn a college degree & high school diploma simultaneously?

Find Dual Enrollment in your country, state/province, or at a college near you.

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Mount Wachusett Community College

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Frequently Asked Questions: Dual Enrollment Programs

Does Every US State Offer a Dual Enrollment Program to Students?

Yes, Dual Enrollment is recognized in every state, district, and territory of the United States. Even if your school or nearby colleges do not promote the Dual Enrollment program, you can still take college classes in high school.

Can I Take Dual Enrollment Classes if I Live Outside of the United States?

Absolutely! Dual Enrollment is not exclusive to the United States,  it is recognized around the world. You may find that the name is different, but students still have the ability to dual enroll. For example, students can take Dual Enrollment classes in The Bahamas, Dominican Republic, Guam, India, Morocco, Vietnam, Saudi Arabia, etc. You can search your country or contact us to find Dual Enrollment near you.

How Do I Apply to a Dual Enrollment Program?

Watch this in-depth video for the exact steps you should follow with your high school and Dual Enrollment college.