The WCCC Dual Enrollment Program allows high school students to gain a head start on college by earning college credit for FREE while attending high school. Students earn college credit by enrolling in approved dual enrollment courses that are offered at their high school as part of their normal school day and are taught by college approved high school teachers. The Dual Enrollment Program offers more course options than Advanced Placement (AP) programs and is not dependent on one high stakes test. Students in dual enrollment courses must receive a final grade of C or better to earn college credit. The college course and final grade are recorded on an official Warren County Community College transcript. Dual enrollment courses transfer to many colleges and universities across New Jersey and throughout the country. High school students must request their official transcripts from WCCC to transfer the credits to the college or university they plan to attend.
High school students can obtain information about dual enrollment courses by speaking with their guidance counselor or contacting the Coordinator of Dual Enrollment at Warren County Community College.
HIGH SCHOOL COURSES APPROVED FOR DUAL ENROLLMENT (course offerings differ from high school to high school)