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Dual Enrollment

The Dual Enrollment Program at City Colleges of Chicago allows high-school juniors and seniors to enroll in college courses through one of the seven City Colleges (CCC). Students may enroll in one (1) college course per semester.  Course instruction occurs on the CCC campuses.                                   

Students may be able to earn dual credit (both college and high-school credit) depending on the course. Consult your high-school counselor to determine if high school credit can be given for the course of your choice.                                   

To apply, review the Dual Enrollment Checklist​ and follow the instructions.  Scroll down below for contact information of Dual Enrollment Represenative at the college of your choice, as well as program requirements.  Additional forms for enrollment for the upcoming semester are at the top right of this page.  To attend an information session and to learn more about Dual Enrollment, contact an Early College Representative (listed below).                   

 Advantages of Dual Enrollment:                                   

  • Jump start your college plans by earning college credit while still in high school. 
  • Reduce the time and money you will spend in college.
  • Take the credits with you:  Most courses may be applied to graduation requirements at CCC as well as public and private colleges and universities throughout Illinois.
  • Strengthen your college applications by demonstrating readiness for college.
  • "Try on" a major with courses related to intended major.
  • Get to your major FASTER by completing some of your general eduation requirements prior to college.
  • Get a true college experience. Not only will you be taking college level courses alongside traditional college students as a participant in the program, you will have access to all CCC resources such as the computer labs, symposia, library and the gymnasium.

                 
                        
                 
                 

                 

Prerequisites for Dual Enrollment:                

  • Be a high school junior or senior  
  • Provide current high school ID, Illinois State ID or Illinois Driver's License
  • Fill out the Permission For​m​​​​
  • Before taking the test, make sure you prepare
  • Most courses require that students be college-ready as demonstrated by the ACT, SAT, or the CCC Placement Test (see cut off scores below)
ACT & SAT English Placement Scores ​ ​
​ACT English Score ​SAT Critical Writing Score Placement Level
21> ​540> ​English 101
               
ACT Math Score​ ​SAT Math Score Mathematics Course Placement​
21-23 ​530-570
​Math 118                
Math 121                
Math 125                
Math 140                
Math 143                
               

Program Core Requirements:                                   

  • Students who do not meet the ACT or SAT Placement scores may still be eligible for certain career courses e.g. Automotive, Business, Early Childhood Development, Logistics, Culinary, and Information Technology.
  • Students from CPS high schools must have a minimum high school cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher and a 90% attendance rate.
  • Students may be required to meet other prerequisites depending on the course they wish to take (go to CCC course catalog for additional information).
  • Submit signed permission form​​ ​​by high school counselor and parent/guardian.
  • Home schooled students: Must be at least 16 years old, completing high school coursework, and must prove age by a valid State of Illinois ID card or driver’s license.
  • Interested students who would be younger than 16 and are not a high school senior at the start of the course, must demonstrate college readiness in Math, Reading and Writing as well as obtain permission from the President of the college of their choice.
  • Students age 16 years or older enrolled in a high school in the City of Chicago may be considered for enrollment in credit courses at CCC. Students under age 16 enrolled in high school must also obtain the approval of the College President or designated official to enroll in college credit courses.
  • Students must comply with all program requirements.​

             
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Graduating high school seniors who register as full time City Colleges of Chicago students can take a free summer course and earn college credit.

Faculty and Staff:

                 
CCC College DE Representative Phone Number Fax Number
Daley Howard Wooten​ 773-838-7729 773-838-7952
Harold Washington Kim Bowens 312-553-5666 312-553-5868
Kennedy-King Shannice Berry 773-602-5037 773-602-5120
Malcolm X LaKisha Hillard​ 312-850-7446 312-850-7338
Olive-Harvey Holly Thrash 773-291-6478 773-291-6599
Truman Nicole Blotnick 773-907-4344 773-506-3855
Wright Mila Simeonovska​ 773-481-8234 773-481-8817​
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​Contact Information
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Sharon Williams
Director of Compliance
City Colleges of Chicago 
(312) 553-2747
swilliams142@ccc.edu    


Shavon Taylor
Early College Coordinator
City Colleges of Chicago
(312) 553-3483   
staylor142@ccc.edu