Southeast Community College is proud to offer dual credit opportunities to high school students to get a jump start on their post-secondary degree and explore career opportunities while still in high school.
Through either the DC Advantage or Career Academy (SENCAP) programs, students can earn both high school and college credit. By completing dual credit courses through either program, students will begin to acquire college credit hours to apply towards a Program of Study at SCC or a four year institution by transferring dual credit hours earned, after graduating high school. To find out how credits transfer visit our Advising page.
Dual credit courses are offered in 16 week format and delivered in a variety of formats: Online, Distance Learning, or Face to Face with a certified dual credit Southeast Community College instructor. Some courses require a prerequisite or appropriate placement score on the ACT, COMPASS, or Next Generation Accuplacer.
View the SENCAP/DCA calendar.
Classes begin at the beginning of August and January of every year. To register for dual credit courses, you must register through the dual credit office by contacting your high school counselor, Erin May.
See a full listing of dual credit classes in the credit class schedule.