Dual Enrollment

CNA is a course offered for dual enrollment at CVCC.,

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Dual Enrollment provides opportunities for qualified 10th, 11th and 12th grade students to take college-level courses at Chattahoochee Valley Community College (CVCC), earning college credits toward a college degree while in high school.

Courses are offered at CVCC campus and when available, at area high schools. Please see your school’s Dual Enrollment representative for more information.

Students may enroll in academic or Career Technical Education (CTE) courses.

CTE courses align with industry-standard certifications which provide training designed to enter the workforce.

Limited scholarship opportunities are available for both types of dual enrollment. Check with your school’s career technical director or dual enrollment coordinator for more information.

Lauren Cross graduated from CVCC before she graduated from high school through dual enrollment. She was also the 2015 Homecoming Queen.

Important Dates

Dual Enrollment Info Night for Spring 2018: October 26
Spring 2018 Application Deadline: December 8
Dual Enrollment Info Night for Summer & Fall 2018: March 15
Summer & Fall 2018 Application Deadline:  April 13

Requirements for Academic Dual Enrollment

  • Students in 10th,11th and 12th grades are eligible to apply.
  • Complete admissions packet for CVCC.
  • Grade point average of 3.0.
  • Dual Enrollment courses must be counted toward a specific high school graduation requirement.
  • ACCUPLACER, ACT or SAT to show college-ready assessment.
  • In order to have exempt status for ACCUPLACER, student must have the following:
    • ACT: 20 (or greater) in Reading and Math; 18 (or greater) in English
    • SAT: 510 (or greater) in English/Writing, Reading  and Math
  • Most academic classes require ACT, SAT or ACCUPLACER with college level placement.

Requirements for Career Tech Dual Enrollment

  • Public, private or home school students in 10th,11th and 12th grades are eligible to apply.
  • Meet requirements and complete admissions packet for CVCC.
  • Grade point average of 2.5.
  • Dual Enrollment courses must be counted toward a specific high school graduation requirement.
  • Take ACCUPLACER, ACT or SAT to show college-ready assessment.

Welding is one of the fastest growing programs at the college; dual enrollment is offered for many career tech fields.


  • Lower tuition than four-year colleges.
  • Dual credit for the same coursework.
  • Dual enrollment students are better prepared for college.


Associate Dean of Workforce Development & Technical Education Dr. Shirley Armstrong
Fax: 334-217-4864
Career Coach Azriel Pitts