Dual enrollment registration is open! Students interested in enrolling in a dual enrollment course should stop by the guidance office for more information.
Penn State Beaver
Clarion University (online courses)
What is Dual Enrollment?
What are some of the benefits of Dual Enrollment?
- Dual Enrollment is when a high school student is enrolled in college classes while still in high school. We currently have agreements with several local institutions - Penn State Beaver, CCBC, Geneva & Clarion.
Who is eligible for Dual Enrollment?
- You can earn college credits while still in high school: Save time & money!!
- You experience college academics & expectations: It is an excellent way to prepare for your freshman year!
- You can improve your admissions profile when applying to college.
How much does Dual Enrollment cost?
- Juniors & Seniors. Each college or university has their own admission criteria for dual enrollment students.
How do you become a “dual enrolled” student?
- Penn State Beaver offers all students taking a Dual Enrollment course at least 50% grant-in-aid. So, Penn State courses can be taken at most 50% of Penn State's current tuition rate. (plus nominal fees and cost of textbooks).
- Clarion University dual enrollment is $300 per 3-credit course plus a one-time $30 record fee. (cost of textbook is additional). Click here for an information page on Clarion's dual enrollment program.
- CCBC tuition is approximately $175 per credit.
- Geneva tuition is approximately $198 per credit.
- Fee Waivers may be available, talk to your counselor.
- Stop by the guidance office to register.
- Registration will occur the semester prior to classes starting.
CCBC requires students to complete a placement exam, unless they have taken the SAT with a score of at least in 450 on each section or ACT with a score of at least 19 reading, 18 English, and 22 Math. The placement exam is free and only takes 1/2 -1 hour to complete.Depending on the course, Penn State Beaver also may require a placement test.