Pennsylvania's Dual Enrollment program allows school districts to partner with colleges and universities to offer high school juniors and seniors, who can show they are ready, the chance to earn college credit while completing their high school requirements. The program is designed to encourage a broader range of students to experience postsecondary education by allowing the student to concurrently enroll in postsecondary courses and to receive both secondary and postsecondary credit for the coursework at a reduced cost to the student.
Interested students should complete the following application materials:
Dual Enrollment students can register for Fall 2013 courses beginning Monday, June 3rd. Students can schedule an appointment by contacting Kathy Shaub at 717.815.1220 or email@example.com.
*Please note that students who are interested in taking a mathematics course should be approved prior to scheduling an appointment.
Tuition: $280 per credit
Administrative Fee: $140
3 Credit Course
4 Credit Course
The above amounts do not include cost of books and/or materials. These items will be purchased directly from the College Bookstore.
*In the event Dual Enrollment funding is not available from the school district, the student will be responsible for the costs incurred.
Students may view the Recommended Course List specifically for particpants in Dual Enrollment. Courses on this list may not be offered every semester. Each section of the course has a maximum enrollment which may limit availability.The current schedule of classes is accessible online. This allows you to review available courses in specific academic areas. Please be aware the Open Seat number is a “real time” number and can change between the time of a search and actual enrollment. To view Course Descriptions click here.
For high school students whose school district is not affiliated with the York College Dual Enrollment Program or students who are homeschooled, may still apply for Dual Enrollment. The procedure and costs are the same.