Early Admission

What is the difference between Dual Credit Program and Early Admission Program

The Dual Credit Program is for New Mexico high school students; whereas, the Early Admission Program is available to a high school student from another state. 

What is the advantages of the Early Admission Program?
  • Allows high school students to start early and fast-track undergraduate or vocational degrees and programs
  • Gain access to courses and laboratories not available at high schools
  • Have access to all CCC services such as Library, Center for Student Success, Tutoring, Gym, and much more
  • Experience college environment and the requirements of college-level work
  • Gain confidence to be successful in college--Research shows that dual credit students have more success as full-time college students
What requirements do I have to meet before enrolling in the Early Admission Program?
  • Must be at least 15 years of age and classified as a freshman in high school
  • Take the ACT, SAT, or Accuplacer assessment test and meet the minimum score requirements for courses
  • Apply for high school admission to CCC
  • Complete registration form
What will I have to pay?
  • Early admission students are responsible for all tuition, fees, and books
Are there any classes I am not able to take under the Early Admission Program?
  • Students must be a military dependent and have a military ID to take CCC courses offered at Cannon Air Force Base
  • Students must register for credit, not audit

Contact Info

For more information about Dual Credit and Early Admission to CCC, please contact:

Robin Kuykendall
Director of Extended Learning
Email: robin.kuykendall@clovis.edu
Call: 575.769.4916

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