If you don’t, you should! Dual enrollment basically means being enrolled in two separate institutions. Generally, it involves high school students taking college courses and receiving full credit toward a college degree or certificate.

Eligible students can get a head start in their higher education even before they graduate high school. But dual enrollment not only saves time, it saves money. Most universities only charge a small fee per class and, in some cases, the school district covers those fees. In addition, all books and materials are provided to the student as well.

We encourage you to find out what the dual enrollment eligibility requirements are in a college near you and start taking charge of your future now.

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