Dual Enrollment

Dual enrollment provides high school students with the opportunity to earn college credit from Quincy College, while they are still in high school. Students save time and money. Interested students should work with  their high school guidance office to determine if dual enrollment is right for them.

Benefits of Dual Enrollment

  • Dual enrollment courses, allows students to participate in college-level courses in their high schools taught from with their high school instructor(s)
  • Students are introduced to the academic expectations and rigor of a college course, while still receiving the support of high school instructors and guidance counselors
  • Students who complete a dual enrollment course with a final grade of a “C” or higher, will receive a Quincy College transcript that reflects their college credit
  • Obtain college credit that can be transferred to many colleges and universities * for more information please visit the –Articulation Agreement webpage

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*Students should always contact the institution that they are planning to apply or transfer to in order to ensure that their Quincy College credit will be accepted.

Students do not need to apply to Quincy College upon high school graduation in order to be eligible for a dual enrollment course with Quincy College. Students should speak with their guidance counselor for more specific information surrounding dual enrollment admissions criteria, payment information, etc.

Enrollment Process Overview:

  1. Speak with your guidance counselor about dual enrollment courses and the admission criteria
  2. If you meet the admission criteria, ask your guidance counselor to register you for a dual enrollment course
  3. Once enrolled, the student should complete the Dual Enrollment Application/Registration Form. This form can be obtained from your guidance counselor
  4. Review the payment policy and deadline(s) with your guidance counselor.  Note- Students will not be eligible for college credit if there is an outstanding balance on their account after the payment deadline(s).

Payment Deadlines

  • November 1st: For fall-semester courses and full-year courses
  • March 31st: For spring-semester courses and full-year courses

Have Questions

If you have questions about dual enrollment process, contact your high school guidance counselor.

Hear from Dual Enrollment Students

Taylor  B., Class of 2020

A class I took part in this year was 2D/3D studies. While enrolled in this program, I believe the most significant experience I gained was independent work. Besides a brief explanation in the beginning of class, we were set out to spend our class time however we deemed fit. Our final project, such as a finished clay piece, was to be graded by the end of the term.

Some students simply spent this time on their phone, but I knew that every second mattered. The fruits of my continuous labor, without too much pushing done by the teacher, proved to me that I didn’t need to rely on someone else to get work done. After all, in college, professors will not walk everything out step by step.

I greatly enjoyed this class, as well as the underlying lessons it taught me.

Archbishop Williams High School

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2019-2020 Dual Enrollment Course Offerings

  • ENG 211: American Literature I
  • BIO 131: Anatomy & Physiology I and Lab
  • ENG 212: American Literature II
  • CHE 103: Introduction to Forensic Science w/ Lab

Events

  • September 10, 2019 Information Session
  • October 15, 2019 Introduction to QC Support Services
  • November 11, 2019 Registered Dual Enrollment Students participate in a college class (pre-registration required)

Greater Lowell High School

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2019-2020 Dual Enrollment Course Offerings

  • CHE 121: General Chemistry I & Lab

Events

  • September 17, 2019 Information Session
  • October 22, 2019 Introduction to QC Support Services
  • November 26, 2019 Registered Dual Enrollment Students participate in a college class (pre-registration required)

Hanover High School

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2019-2020 Dual Enrollment Course Offerings

  • ACC 101: Accounting I
  • ACC 102: Accounting II
  • BIO 131: Anatomy & Physiology I and Lab
  • BIO 160: Marine Ecology
  • MAT 103: College Algebra
  • MAT 113: Precalculus
  • MAT 201: Calculus I

Events

  • September 24, 2019 Information Session
  • October 29, 2019 Introduction to QC Support Services
  • December 3, 2019 Registered Dual Enrollment Students participate in a college class (pre-registration required)

Whitman Hanson High School

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2019-2020 Dual Enrollment Course Offerings

  • MAT 113: Precalculus
  • SOC 101: General Sociology

Events

  • October 1, 2019 Information Session
  • November 5, 2019 Introduction to QC Support Services
  • December 10, 2019 Registered Dual Enrollment Students participate in a college class (pre-registration required)

South Shore Vocational Tech

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2019-2020 Dual Enrollment Course Offerings

  • MAT 113: Precalculus
  • ENG 101: English Composition I
  • BIO 111: General Biology I & Lab

Events

  • October 8, 2019 Information Session
  • November 12, 2019 Introduction to QC Support Services
  • December 17, 2019 Registered Dual Enrollment Students participate in a college class (pre-registration required)

North Quincy High School

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2019-2020 Dual Enrollment Course Offerings

  • PSY 101: General Psychology
  • CSI 101: Introduction to Computers
  • ACC 101: Accounting I
  • CHE 121: General Chemistry I & Lab
  • MKT 202: Principles of Marketing
  • ART 103: Line, Color & Design
  • CSA 228: Graphics Application
  • ENG 111: Speech Communications
  • MAT 107: Statistics
  • MAT 113: Precalculus
  • BIO 131: Anatomy & Physiology I and Lab – Pending Approval
  • FRN 101: French II – Pending Approval
  • ITA 101: Italian II – Pending Approval

Quincy High School

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2019-2020 Dual Enrollment Course Offerings

  • ACC 101: Accounting I
  • ACC 102: Accounting II
  • PHY 111: Physics I and Lab
  • ENG 111: Speech Communications
  • ENG 204: Poetry
  • ENG 225: Creative Writing I
  • ART 101: Basic Drawing
  • ART 103: Line, Color, & Design
  • ART 230: Art & Society
  • CHE 121: General Chemistry I & Lab
  • ECO 202: Macroeconomics
  • CSA 228: Graphics Application
  • MAT 113: Precalculus
  • BIO 131: Anatomy & Physiology I and Lab – Pending Approval
  • FRN 101: French II – Pending Approval
  • ITA 101: Italian II – Pending Approval

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