Earn college credit while in high school with dual credit.
Dual credit is a program that allows qualified high school students to enroll in college level classes that earn both high school and college credit. The program is operated jointly by the high school and Metropolitan Community College-Kansas City, and students receive credit at both institutions upon successful completion of dual credit courses. These courses are primarily taught at the high school by high school instructors.
The enrollment steps are as follows:
Complete an online application for admission to MCC
- Students who have not applied for admission will not be able to test or be enrolled. The MCC ID generated from the application is required on the ITE (intent to enroll) prior to submission.
- Applicants will receive an e-mail at the e-mail address they provide on the application; this will contain their MCC Student ID number and temporary password to access their myMCCKC student account. If a student does not receive this email, they should check to make sure it did not go to their SPAM folder.
Complete and submit paperwork from dual credit information packet.
- Dual credit students must be admitted to MCC and have all of their paperwork completed at the time of registration. This includes having GPA confirmed by the school counselor, placement testing completed, and intent to enroll form with signatures on file with the college. Students will need to act on their own behalf and will need to present a photo ID for any transactions at the college.
- Students will be required to submit the following forms before being enrolled in dual credit courses: