High School Dual Enrollment

Are you a high school or homeschool student looking for college credit now? Dual Enrollment allows students who are currently enrolled in high school who qualify under the Postsecondary Enrollment Act to use funding from their K–12 district or the Department of Treasury to pay for classes taken at Schoolcraft. 

Students not eligible for funding under the Postsecondary Enrollment Act may choose to be dual enrolled, but students/parents would be responsible for payment. 

Here’s how you complete the admissions and enrollment process: 

  1. Eligibility: Meet with your high school counselor/home school official to determine your eligibility for dual enrollment under the Postsecondary Enrollment Act.
  2. Complete Documents: Complete the Supplemental Documents for High School Dual Enrolled Students with required signatures (parents, counselors, and principal).
  3. Apply: Apply for admission by completing the High School Dual Enrollment Application.
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  4. Transcripts/Test Scores: Current transcripts and if available test scores (PSAT, SAT, ACT PLAN or ACT) can be sent through College Board or ACT, delivered in person, via mail or fax (734-462-4552) to the Admissions Office and Welcome Center. Students who do not have PSAT, SAT or ACT scores, or if scores do not meet course requirements, may be required to take a placement test.
  5. Academic Advising: Upon admission, you will receive an email that instructs you how to get your student number. You will need to meet with an academic advisor. When contacting Academic Advising to make an appointment identify yourself as a Dual Enrolled Student. Bring picture ID for your meeting. Note: Returning dual enrollment students are not required to meet with an academic advisor before registering. However, advising services are available if needed.
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  6. Register for Classes: Register for classes using WebAdvisor. Not sure what classes to take? The Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) approved general education courses are a good starting point.