Welcome to ACC Dual Enrollment
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- Save Time — Earn high school credit and college credit for the same course!
- Fullfill Requirements — Satisfy requirements for the Texas High School Distinguished Achievement Plan.
- Transferability — Academic Dual Enrollment courses will transfer with a grade C or higher to any Texas public university.
- Save Money — Students that take Dual Enrollment courses on their high school campus save up to 75% in tuition.
What Qualities Should a Dual Enrollment Student Possess?
According to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, approximately 180,000 high school students are participating in dual enrollment programs. The successful student should:
- be highly motivated
- be able to stick to a goal
- make above average grades
- possess good study habits
- understand that the amount of work necessary to succeed in college courses will be greater than that of high school courses.
In addition, dual credit courses become a part of a student's permanent college transcript.
What Junior High Students Need to Know to Prepare for College Classes
- Dual Enrollment Information for Junior High
- What's the Difference-Dual Enrollment (DE) and Advance Placement (AP)?
What is Dual Degree?
To help students reach their educational goals in a timely manner, local ISD's and Alvin Community College offers qualified students the opportunity to earn a high school diploma and an Associates of Arts Degree in General Studies at the same time. The Dual Degree program is a rigorous program that will require extra time and dedication. Interested students should contact their high school counselor or ACC Advisor for more information and to develop a degree plan.
Dual Enrollment Locations
- Alvin HS
- Iowa Colony HS
- JB Hensler College & Career Academy
- Manvel HS
- Shadow Creek HS
- Glenda Dawson HS
- Pearland HS
- Robert Turner College & Career HS
- Danbury HS
Living Stones Christian School