High School Dual Enrolled Students
Dual Enrollment allows high school students to earn college credits while still in high school.
High School students who qualify under the Postsecondary Enrollment Act may use funding from their K–12 district or the Department of Treasury to pay for classes taken at Schoolcraft. Students not eligible for funding under the Postsecondary Enrollment Act may choose to be dual enrolled, but students/parents would be responsible for payment. To learn more about the Postsecondary Enrollment Act or to view frequently asked questions, visit the Michigan Department of Education Dual Enrollment web page.
Dual Enrolled students who are in need of financial assistance should contact Admissions and Welcome Center at 734-462-4683 to discuss.
Become a Dual Enrolled Student
1. Decide What Classes are Right for You
Meet with your high school counselor/home school official to determine your eligibility for dual enrollment under the Postsecondary Enrollment Act and obtain assistance with picking out classes.
Not sure what classes to take? The Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) approved general education courses are a good starting point.
Interested in exploring occupational programs? Check out our list of suggested courses by major (PDF). This is a great way to experience these high demand careers.
Course Descriptions: Learn more about the course you are interested in, if there are prerequisites, and course availability in our Academic Catalog.
Advanced Placement (AP): Have you successfully passed an Advanced Placement exam? See how your exams transfer in as college credit, so you know if you have satisfied a prerequisite for a course. View transfer in AP scores (PDF).
Academic Dates: Make note of important academic dates such as registration start dates, class start and end dates, schedule adjustment/refund dates, and breaks.
2. Apply for Admission
Apply for Admission to Schoolcraft College using the online form linked below. Choose Dual Enrollment for your Area of Interest and Academic Program.
Returning Dual Enrolled students do not have to re-apply.
3. Gather Your Documents
Gather and submit your Payment Authorization and Parent Form (PDF), transcripts and test scores (if available).
4. Look for Your Acceptance Email
Congratulations! You will receive an acceptance email that will let you know your next steps so you can register for classes.
If we need additional information, an Admission Representative will contact you prior to you being accepted.
Welcome! Your next steps are to register and start classes.
1. Log into Your Email Account
The college will send all important communications to this email account, so check often.
You can access your SCmail account at www.schoolcraft.edu/scmail. You will use the same login for campus WiFi and Blackboard.
2. Register for Classes
Ocelot Access is Schoolcraft’s online system for students to conduct business. You can learn more about its services on the Registration website.
3. Pay for Classes
The Payment Authorization and Parent Approval Form is what we will use to determine your method of payment.
Students approved for funding (school or MDE pay):
- Payment is not due at the time of registration.
- If tuition/fees exceed the authorized amount, Schoolcraft will invoice the student/parent(s) after the schedule adjustment period.
Students not receiving funding (self-pay):
- Student/parent(s) are responsible for payment at time of registration
- Tuition may be paid in installments if you enroll in our Tuition Payment Plan.
We always recommend to review the Academic Important Dates that include schedule adjustments dates.
4. Purchase Books
Students eligible for funding under the Post-Secondary Enrollment Act may have funding available to use towards books. Please contact the Student Accounts department at 734-462-4586 prior to purchasing your books.
Purchase or rent books through the campus bookstore at schoolcraftbooks.com.
5. Get Your Student ID
Instructions on how to get your Student ID are available on the Registration website.