Mott Community College offers opportunities for high school students to earn college credits through Dual Enrollment.
As a dual enrolled student you can:
Earn both high school and college credit
Meet high school graduation requirements by taking college courses
Experience college academic expectations early
Finish college sooner
Create the educational program best for you!
There are 4 ways you can earn college credits while in high school
Students may take up to 10 college courses, while in high school.
The State of Michigan has established the following guidelines for students taking
courses as a Dual Enrolled student
If you start Dual Enrollment in
Number of courses allowed 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 can not exceed a total of 10 courses between
Junior and Senior Year.
Are State approved, 5 year high school programs that provide students the opportunity
to complete an Associate's Degree.
Early College Programs
Early/Middle College programs are State approved, 5 year high school programs that
provide students the opportunity to complete an Associate's Degree.
Current Early College partners:
Birch Run Early College
Davison Early College
Lapeer Early College
Southern Lakes Early Middle College
Participating Districts: Fenton, Lake Fenton, and Linden
Genesee Intermediate School District CTE EMC
Flushing Raiders Early College
Shiawassee RESD Early College
Mott Middle College – a State approved, Early Middle College located on the main campus
of Mott Community College
If you are interested in participating in one of these Early College programs, contact
your High School Counselor and/or Principal.
MCC courses are offered in partnership with K-12 School districts, at the High School,
taught by MCC faculty.
Concurrent enrollment programs are partnerships between MCC and individual K-12 School
Districts to offer courses at the High School, taught by MCC faculty.
Concurrent Enrollment availability varies by K-12 District. Contact your High School
Counselor to determine if your school is a participating partner.
A high school junior or senior who wishes to take college classes but does not have
funding through their high school.
Students enroll in MCC classes with parental and high school permission but must pay
for the full cost of the classes.
Most public schools pay for their students to attend MCC through these programs. However, any tuition
and fees not covered by the high school are the responsibility of the student/family.
For state approved non-public school students, the State of Michigan determines what dollar amount it will pay per course
for successfully completed classes. Any tuition and fees not covered by the State
of Michigan is the responsibility of the student/family. Homeschool students are responsible for their own tuition and fees.
Tuition (in district and out of district) is based on the permanent residence of the
student and discounted for students in these high school programs.
All credits earned through dual enrollment classes will be part of your official MCC
Who qualifies for dual enrollment?
Students who qualify for dual enrollment are:
Enrolled in at least one high school class and pursuing a high school diploma.
Maintaining a high school cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher. - If the student has not yet established a high school transcript, the application will be reviewed on a case by case basis to be decided by both the high school counselor and MCC's Dual Enrollment Office.
Approved by your high school counselor/administrator.
Able to meet MCC prerequisites for college courses.
I’m interested! How do I apply?
Meet with your high school counselor and/or principal to discuss Dual Enrollment or
Your High School Counselor will assist you with the MCC application and enrollment process
There are no deadlines to apply, but to receive the best course selection, you are encouraged to submit your application
by the following dates:
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.