Dual Enrollment Timeline and Checklist
Application/Enrollment Timeline 2019-2020
- February 13: Information Night, Richard T. Anderson Center, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
- February 21: Information Night, Richard T. Anderson Center, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
- March 8: Deadline to submit the Dual Enrollment Academy Application
- May: Decision notification letter sent to high school and students
- July 29 or August 14: Dual Enrollment Academy Orientation (attendance mandatory)
- September 3: Tentative first day of class
Application does not guarantee admission. High school transcripts, quality of personal statement, attendance record and counselor recommendation will be considered when applications exceed spots available. Late applications will be considered only if spots are available.
If selected, you will receive an acceptance letter explaining next steps to confirm your spot in the program. Admitted students must attend the Dual Enrollment Academy Orientation. If you do not attend, you may forfeit your spot in the program.
Admission to the Dual Enrollment Academy is for fall semester only. If your academic performance is satisfactory, you’ll be permitted to enroll for the spring.
Student: Meet with your high school guidance counselor to see if you qualify.
Student and Parent/Guardian: Attend a Dual Enrollment Academy Information Night at WCTC.
Student: Complete the Dual Enrollment Academy Application (including your personal statement on why you would be a good candidate) and submit it to your high school counselor for approval. Your high school will submit your completed application packet to WCTC's Center for Early College Opportunities.
High School: Please submit completed application (including personal statement) and official high school transcripts (including ACT scores, if attained) to WCTC by program application deadline:
Early College Opportunities Coordinator (Attn: Sandra Maylen)
800 Main St., Pewaukee WI 53072
Student: Take the ACCUPLACER® placement assessment at WCTC. You may be exempt depending on your ACT scores. WCTC’s Early College Opportunities Coordinator will review your ACT scores and notify you if the placement test is needed.
Students applying for the IT Systems Specialist program must take the Computer Skills Assessment.