Complete dual credit registration form, which includes approval by high school counselor
Consent to the release of CCC grades to your high school counselor
Students must register for credit, not audit
Students must have an educational plan on file
Who is eligible for dual credit classes?
Must be at least 15 years of age to be eligible for dual credit classes, but each
high school has its own policy on who is eligible so check with your counselor first
(some high schools allow dual credit for juniors and seniors only)
Must be a be a current high school student with a NM public, private, or charter school
that has a dual credit agreement with CCC or be registered as a NM homeschool student
with a STARS ID# from the Public Education Department
What will I have to pay?
Students attending public, private, or charter schools in NM are only responsible
for any lab fees (under the NM dual credit agreement, tuition is covered by the state and
high schools cover the cost of books)
NM homeschool students are responsible for books and any lab fees (tuition is covered
by the state)
What classes can I take?
All dual credit students must have an educational plan on file. Available classes
will depend on the educational plan selected. High School students should see their
counselor to finalize an educational plan. NM homeschool students must set up an
appointment with the Director of Educational Partnerships/Dual Credit in Room 463
to set up an educational plan and register for classes.
Students may still enroll in courses not included on their educational plan, but they
will be responsible for tuition, books, and lab fees and can not earn dual credit.
Students must be a military dependent and have a military ID to take a class offered
at Cannon Air Force Base.
Talk to your high school counselor today to get started!