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Dual Enrollment Advising

What is Dual Enrollment


 

Dual enrollment students may meet with FCC advisors for assistance with scheduling Open Campus classes, choosing a major or career path, and connecting to college resources.

 

 

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Dual Enrollment Advising


 

Dual enrollment students may meet with FCC advisors for assistance with scheduling classes, choosing a major or career path, and connecting to college resources.

Steps for Dual Enrollment Students:

  1. Complete an FCPS Open Campus Dual Enrollment Student Packet provided by your high school and ensure all paperwork is signed by student, parent, and school staff.
  2. Complete the online application for the College. Once the FCC student identification number is received, determine the need for placement testing:
    1. If exempt from placement testing, submit proof of the exemption to FCC.
    2. If not exempt, sit for the ACCUPLACER to determine college readiness.
  3. Complete Online Orientation
    All Open Campus Dual Enrollment students are required to complete our comprehensive online orientation.

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  4. Complete advising:
    1. Speak with your high school counselor about dual credit opportunities.
    2. If needed, meet with an FCC academic advisor to select the college course(s).
  5. Complete registration for the college course(s). This can be completed online or at Registration & Records at FCC.
  6. ​Your Dual Enrollment discount will automatically be applied to your account within a week of registering for your class(es).
  7. Pay for your course(s) by the appropriate Drop Zone deadline.
  8. Purchase textbooks.
  9. Attend course(s).

 

Schedule Appointment

 

If you are a student under the age of 16, you must follow the steps for Students Under 16 Years of Age Advising.

 

Under 16 Advising