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Dual Credit FAQs & Helpful Links

Dual Credit FAQs and Links 

Fall 2022

  • Semester dates: August 22nd - December 11th*
  • Census date (last day to drop): September 6, 2022*
  • Last day to withdraw: October 28, 2022*

Spring 2023
  • Semester dates: January 17th -  May 15th*
  • Registration Deadlines:
    • Early registration and payment deadline is November 30, 2022 at 7 PM
      • After the Spring term Early Registration payment deadline date, payment must be made at the time of course registration to ensure course enrollment status, regardless of the start date of the course. An outstanding balance on a student account will result in registration and transcript holds on the account, and the registration status may also be changed.
    • Hard Stop Registration Deadline: January 20, 2023*
  • Census date (last day to drop): January 30, 2023*
  • Last day to withdraw: March 31, 2023*
*16 week courses

Dual Credit students complete the same Collin College application as tranditional Collin College students through applytexas.org. There will be questions on the application regarding dual credit. Be sure to answer these questions accurately. We have created the below guide to assist you with applying as a dual credit student. 

Dual Credit Application Guide

Students can reference the below guide to clear their registration holds. Please note, for dual credit students not all holds will be cleared from your account. You will see the "HS/Dual Enroll Permission Form, See P-12 Staff to add/drop" until spring of your senior year. You may also see the "Immunization Proof Required" hold on your account if you are taking classes only at your high school campus or online; you will only need to turn in the record/state waiver if you are coming to a Collin College Campus.

Hold Resolution Guide

The Dual Credit/P-12 Partnerships completes registration for all dual/concurrent registration students. Please visit the designated page for your high school for information on this process. 

Dual credit program costs are based on student residency and number of enrolled credit hours each semester. Students can complete payment via CougarWeb, through a Cashier's office, or enroll in a payment plan. Please refer to the links below for current tuition rates and payment methods. 

Please refer to your school page for payment deadlines

If you are experiencing technical issues, please contact the student helpdesk. They also have online resources to help you resolve issues or get set up for the first time. You will need to know your CWID and username when contacting them. If you do not know these, please reach out to dualcredit@collin.edu from a verified email address.

Dual credit students must meet college readiness standards on the TSI.

As a dual credit student you can have a partial TSI status, or use a combination of the above to meet college readiness standards. If you are signing up for a workforce program only, please reach out to your designated Collin contact or the Dual Credit Office for assistance. 

 

Dual credit students do not need to provide proof of their meningitis vaccine if they are only taking courses online or on their high school campus. If you are taking courses on a Collin Campus you must upload a current vaccine record or exemption through Med+Proctor. Med+Proctor requires you to use your Collin email to create your account, so please be sure you have access to that email prior to creating a Med+Proctor account. 

Dual/Concurrent students are eligible to apply for accommodations through our ACCESS office. Please visit the links below for more information.

Currently enrolled dual/concurrent credit students have access to all Collin College student services! Please make sure you have your Collin ID card made to access on campus resources. 

Visit a Student Engagement Office on campus. More information is available here: Collin ID Cards

You will need to order to your official Collin College transcript to be sent to your university/college.

Are you a dual credit student? Have you ever thought about meeting with other dual credit students to share your experiences, encourage one another and build some connections with peers?  Perhaps the Dual Credit Student Network is for you!

This is a brand new student organization, created by several dual credit students as a way to connect, share and encourage. Click Here to find out more!

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