Students enrolled in the Dual Enrollment program finish their transfer degrees at Shoreline Community College (SCC) and at the same time take electives that apply towards a bachelor's (BA) degree at a university. Students may transfer more credits from SCC , leaving less upper-division credits to complete a BA degree and significantly reducing tuition costs.
How does Dual Enrollment work?
Students in eligible programs may apply to the university at any time, but are advised to apply no later than at completion of their first 45 credits of study.
Once accepted to the Dual Enrollment project, students work with advisers at both institutions to design a program that meets their academic goals and have access to student resources on both campuses.