High School Dual Enrollment Information
Open Dual Enrollment: Deadlines are based on the last day to register. Students should keep in mind that an application would need to be processed and qualifying scores (or placement test scores) received prior to the last day of registration. After the last day of registration, we will be unable to register within that semester and students will want to consider the next semester for registration. It is not advised that students wait until the last minute to register as seats are limited and appointments may be needed to meet with a Dual Enrollment representative for registration.
College in the High School: Your high school will communicate the deadline as well as a Dual Enrollment representative.
Structured Pathway/Special Programs: Your high school will communicate the deadline as well as a Dual Enrollment representative.
Using SAT/ACT scores for placement testing
Students may be able to waive the placement test (or a portion) with the below scores. Please note, that these are minimum qualifying scores. If a student receives the minimum qualifying mathematic score other prerequisites may be involved for a specific course(s). If this is true, the student may complete the placement test to receive higher scores in the deficient area. Your Dual Enrollment representative will be able to discuss more.
SAT Reading=500; ACT Reading =18
SAT Math = 530; ACT Math = 20
Students seeking more information regarding Disability Services should contact the Disability Services Office at 610-325-2748 or 610-359-5229.
Students should view the College’s Academic Calendar because the College’s calendar may be different than your High School’s calendar (i.e. Spring Break).
Students needing books and course materials should visit the Bookstore’s webpage. Students will want to access/print their college schedule via delaGATE before gathering book information. To do so, please follow the below instructions:
-Log onto delaGATE
-Click on “Students”
-Select “View Your Class Schedule”
-Select your term and submit
*It may be best to select “Detail Schedule” at the bottom of your weekly schedule as this will provide a condensed view of your registration including all information needed to search for book information.
Resources & Services
As a dual enrollment student, please remember you have access to the Learning Commons (including tutors), computers (found at the Learning Commons), transfer appointments, disability service and more. Please contact the Dual Enrollment Office if you have any additional questions or where to locate these resources and services at the Marple campus or our branch campuses. Dual enrollment students should also be aware that they will follow the same College policies as any other students. This will include, following the instructor’s classroom policies, grading, drop and withdraw dates, student conduct, etc. as found in the Student Handbook.