High school students who wish to be considered for dual enrollment at the College must meet the following criteria:
- The student has successfully completed the eleventh grade.
- The student provides a certification either from the high school principal (or his designee) or from a director of a college program working with high school seniors, certifying that the student has a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.50.
- The high school principal (or his designee) or a director of a college program working with high school seniors provides a statement of justification describing the student’s ability to benefit academically, intellectually, or artistically ready.
- The Committee on RAR has recommended the student for dual enrollment.
Students must meet the pre-requisites for the course. Credits and grades earned will appear on their college transcript.
Student enrolled in a course under the College’s dual enrollment policy are not eligible for federal financial aid assistance. As such, they must pay all college tuition and matriculation fees assessed to regular students.
Dual enrollment does not constitute admission to COM-FSM. Students under the College’s dual enrollment must follow the policy and procedures for regular admission to obtain full-time admission to the College subsequent to graduation from high school.