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Our Dual Enrollment program helps high school students get an early, affordable start on college.

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While earning your high school diploma, you can:

  • Earn college credit at little or no cost.
  • Meet high school graduation requirements by taking college courses.
  • Experience higher education academics to help you prepare for college.
  • Finish college sooner.

Check with your high school counselor to discuss the fees they cover for Dual Enrollment students.



You are eligible if you are:

  • Enrolled in at least one high school class and pursuing a high school diploma.
  • Must have established a High School transcript & GPA. If you do not have a high school transcript, your eligibility and application will be considered by your high school counselor and GRCC's High School Partnerships Office.
  • Approved by their high school counselor/administrator.
  • Able to meet GRCC prerequisites for college courses.
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3 steps to becoming a dual enrollment student

Step 1 - Complete online application

Step 1 - Complete online application

Choose the semester.

Step 2 - Submit transcripts, approval forms and test scores

Step 2 - Submit transcripts and approval forms

Send to:

SAT scores can be submitted via the Online Center once admitted (Highly recommended): 

  1. Login to your MyGRCC account

  2. Go to GRCC Online Center

  3. Click the Academic Records tile
  4. Click “Send files to Admissions” (last link on the left)

Step 3 - Placement test

Step 3 - Placement test

See which placement test you will need to take to complete the enrollment process.


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You're off to a great start as a dual enrollment student at GRCC! Next step is attending the Dual Enrollment Orientation.


If you have questions on how to apply, please email us at or call us at (616) 234-3007 and will be happy to assist you.