Get a head start at Grove City College and save money as a high school junior or senior. At $175 per credit, courses cost about 70% less than our standard cost per credit. Students who take several dual-enrollment classes throughout high school can significantly reduce the cost of a Grove City College degree.
Courses count for Grove City College credit and may count for high school credit and college credit at other institutions. Check to see if your high school facilitates concurrent or dual enrollment.
Dual-enrolled students may take courses online throughout the year. Local dual-enrolled students may take courses on campus during the fall and spring semesters as well as online.
Most courses are worth three credits, except for courses with associated laboratories (which are usually worth four credits). Additionally, published course-related fees (e.g., laboratory supplies) are the responsibility of the student, and financial aid is not available to dual-enrolled students.
Please submit the following documents by email, postal mail, or fax by the registration deadline that corresponds to your term of interest. An incomplete application will cause processing delays. You may apply any time, but applications must be completed one week prior to registration closing (see application deadlines below) to allow for students’ paperwork to be processed in advance of class registration.
Grove City College
Office of Admission
100 Campus Drive
Grove City, PA 16127
*Students who have previously applied and been accepted to the dual enrollment program do not need to reapply.
Previously dual enrolled students can register for classes through my.GCC once the registration period begins. If a dual enrolled student has taken a semester or more off, he/she will lose access to my.GCC. If this is the case, the student must contact the Registrar’s office to reactivate his/her my.GCC login to register for classes.
Students may access their official GCC transcripts on my.GCC > Academics tab > Student Self-Service. If a student no longer has access to my.GCC, he/she can request their transcript by contacting the Registrar’s office.
*New dual enrollment students must have all required paperwork submitted to the Admissions Office no later than one week prior to the term start date.
*Courses are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
*Currently enrolled dual enrollment students should visit the Registrar’s website for course registration details or contact the Registrar’s Office directly with questions.
As you determine which courses to take, think about what you might like to eventually major in and consider taking courses that align with that future pathway. Refer to the College Catalog for major requirements and course descriptions, and browse Majors & Departments to explore our programs in more depth. If you are undecided about your future major, we encourage you to take general education courses or electives that interest you.
Please note that the list of online courses below is subject to change and courses fill up quickly. Email email@example.com to see if the courses you’re interested in are available.
Spring, Summer & Fall Courses
*Synchronous course or significant synchronous components. In other words, students must be online at scheduled times.
**Two real-time visits to campus are required in this course unless alternate arrangements are made in advance with the faculty.
Undergraduates are given priority registration for May, early summer, late summer, and winter terms and for in-seat fall/spring courses. Dual enrolled students are welcome to enroll in fall and spring courses. Seats are filled in the order of completed registration.
For billing and payment details visit Student Accounts.
If you have questions regarding the Dual Enrollment Program, please contact our Dual Enrollment Coordinator.