Vermont’s Dual Enrollment program offers Vermont school that is high and seniors the chance to earn up to six college credits at CCV. This means your credits assist you to finish twelfth grade and begin college, all during the same time!
Consult with your twelfth grade guidance counselor about applying your college credits toward your school credit that is high requirement. Students beneath the chronilogical age of 16 need permission that is special enroll at CCV. speak to your local CCV academic center for information.
When you apply for admission, we shall review your application and contact you to definitely explain your particular next steps. In the meantime, we advice you do the next:
- Make an application for a Vermont enrollment voucher that is dual.
- Schedule a New Student Appointment with an advisor that is academic discuss your aims and specific steps for enrolling. Speak to your preferred CCV center that is academic schedule this meeting.
- Complete your skills assessment. This assessment is used to help you select the classes most appropriate to your academic skills and it is offered, by appointment, at all locations that are CCV. Official SAT or ACT scores that are not as much as 3 years old may be submitted for review instead.
- Browse our course schedule for classes you are searching for taking. You need to discuss your possible choices along with your senior school guidance counselor to see if you can earn senior high school credits for the college class.
Introduction to College & Careers
CCV offers a free, non-credit Introduction to College & Careers (ICC) course for senior high school students each semester. ICC prepares you for college by assisting you to set goals, problem-solve, manage stress and time, improve communication skills, take better notes, reduce test anxiety, and plan financially. To enroll in this class as a fresh CCV student, apply on the internet and select a specific course section that is ICC. ادامه خواندن “Save countless amounts through CCV’s education that is secondary. Learn how.”