Our dual-enrollment program allows you to take classes (on campus or online) beginning your junior year in high school. Acceptance in the dual-enrollment program depends on your current grades The applicant must submit as part of their application their high school transcript. Also, the application requires a signature granting approval for the student to be engaged in college level work from the appropriate school official at his or her high school (or authorized home school instructor). Students are eligible to earn up to a total of 28 hours while in dual enrollment status. Dual enrollment applicants are not subject to any application fee.
First semester dual enrollment students may enroll in no more than 7 hours. If the student’s GPA is 3.0 or better after the first semester of enrollment, he or she may enroll in up to 12 hours in each subsequent semester provided his or her GPA remains at 3.0 or better. Standard requirements for obtaining transcripts apply to dual enrollment students.
A non-degree seeking student is an individual wishing to enroll at CCBBC who is not pursuing a degree. Non-degree seeking students are admitted without satisfying the usual entrance requirements of the college, provided there is proof of adequate preparation for the courses to be taken. A non-degree seeking student who decides to pursue a degree must complete the entire application process. Financial aid is available only for students who are pursuing a degree. A non-degree seeking student is restricted to 28 credit hours.