Dual Enrollment or Early Admit High School Students
A valid state or federally issued photo identification (ID)
(i.e. driver's license, passport, etc.) is required for all business
conducted at Mott Community College.
Students may want to start college while they are still attending high school or home
school. MCC is the most popular choice in the area for these students. It is a great
way to get an early start on a college education
Dual Enrollment: This term applies to public and non-public high school students that meet the state
requirements for their high school district or state to pay a designated amount for
college classes. Students should see their high school counselor for more information
on state and high school requirements.
Early Admit: This term is used for a high school junior or senior who wishes to take college classes
but does not have funding through their high school. Students can still enroll in
MCC classes with parental and high school permission but must pay for the full cost
of the classes.
Dual Enrollment Program Brochure PDF document
How to Apply
There is no application fee
- Submit a completed and signed Application to the Admissions and Recruitment Office
through one of the methods listed below. From the time we receive your application,
please allow 24-48 hours for our application to be processed. Our online application
is the most accurate method to apply and is preferred. If you have attended MCC in the past, please re-apply online.
- You must submit a high school transcript to the Admissions and Recruitment Office.
If available, please attach your most current ACT scores.
- Student must have a cumulative 2.5 high school G.P.A.
- Submit a completed and signed Dual Enrolled / Early Admit Certification form. The
student, parent, and the high school counselor must sign this form. The specific courses
in which the student wishes to enroll must be listed on the certification form.
Students must follow the State of Michigan Course limitations guides.
|If you started Dual Enrollment in your:
||Number of Course You'd take Per Year
||Limited to 6†
||Limited to 6†
||Limited to 6†
† Students starting dual enrollment in their Junior year are limited to 6 courses per
academic year. However, the student cannot exceed a total of 10 courses between Junior
and Senior year.
- Attend a New Student Orientation. Once admitted to the college you may schedule an appointment with our Counseling/Student Development office at the main campus in Flint, Southern Lakes Branch Center - Fenton, Lapeer Extension Center, or Northern Tier Center - Clio.
- A Placement Assessmentmust be completed at the main campus in Flint,Southern Lakes Branch Center - Fenton ,Lapeer Extension Center, or Northern Tier Center - Clio to determine college course eligibility. ACT test results may be used to replace
all or portions of our placement assessment based on the student's scores.
- To register for classes, the student must see an Admissions Representative at the
Mott Community College Admissions and Recruitment Office or extension sites.
- An Admissions Representative will verify and sign the class schedule worksheet for the classes approved by the parent and school that are recorded on the Dual/Early
Admit certification form and register the student for classes.
- The student must meet all pre-requisites and/or college academic requirements for
any courses for which they wish to register.
- Students in Grades 9 or 10 will require additional approvals to register for classes.
See your Admissions Representative for more information.
- Payment for tuition is not required from Dual Enrollment students at registration. The student's high school will be billed. The student is
responsible for books and supplies and any tuition and fees not paid by the school
2016 K-12 Partnership Tuition & Fee Rates
Early Admit students are responsible for all tuition, fees, books and arranging a payment method.
View the enrollment process for details regarding the steps that apply to you and other services that will benefit
Mott Community College students.