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Dual Credit Process
 

To enter the Dual Credit Program with Clarendon College, a student must go through several steps. They are as follows:

  1. Determine if the high school’s requirements for dual credit are met by talking to the high school counselor.
  2. Determine if the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) Guidelines for admission into the Dual Credit program are met. This measure is based on testing. Students may be eligible for dual credit based on TAKS, EOC, PLAN, PSAT, ACT, or SAT. If these tests do meet TSI Guidelines, a student may take the TSI Assessment. See “Testing Requirements.” The test used for eligibility must be on file with Clarendon College.
  3. Complete an application for admission at Clarendon College. See “Apply for Admission.” Completing an Application for admission does not enroll/register students for classes.
  4. Register/Enroll for classes online. See “Registration Instructions.”

Dual Credit students are held to the same requirements and standards as other college students.  Refer to the course syllabus for each course for details.

To drop or withdraw from a dual credit class, please speak with your school's dual credit counselor. The Clarendon College student portal will reflect the student's enrollment status. It is the student's responsibility to verify in the student portal that he/she has been dropped or withdrawn as requested. Please note: withdrawing from a college course may affect future financial aid eligibility. See the Financial Aid Implications page for more information.