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Dual Enrollment

Adrian College offers current high school students the opportunity to take college courses through Dual Enrollment.  High school students may take courses at Adrian College during any term: Fall, Spring, May, or Summer.

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List of Fall 2024 Introductory Courses That May Be of Interest to Dual Enrollment Students

Full Fall 2024 Course Schedule

Fall: 1st Friday of August
Spring: 3rd Friday of December


Adrian College is committed to helping high school students who enroll in college courses be successful.  We offer various forms of academic support via our Office of Academic Services.

For any questions regarding dual enrollment, contact:

Kahlan Armstrong
Academic Affairs Support Coordinator

 Dr. Jacob Docking
Dean of Enrollment and Retention

Dr. Tony Coumoundouros
Dean of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education

Benefits of Dual Enrollment

Benefits of enrolling in college classes while in high school:

  • Earning credits that can be transferred to college.
  • Saving money by taking the courses prior to college. The student does not have to pay for these college courses.
  • Gaining exposure to a college environment (if taking in-person courses) and college-level learning.

Students who take advantage of the opportunity to dual enroll in college courses often earn as much as a year’s worth of college classes by the time they finish high school.

Adrian College participates in the Michigan Transfer Agreement, which allows students to seamlessly transfer the courses they take at other Michigan colleges and universities to Adrian College.


Nonpublic and private high school students may enroll in any class offered at Adrian College.  The State of Michigan pays for the cost of dual enrollment.  This includes tuition, course fees, textbooks, and required materials. Public high school students may take any class offered at Adrian College for $125/credit hour.  Some courses have pre-requisite requirements and these must be met in order to enroll in those courses.  To find which courses have pre-requisite requirements, please look at the semester class schedule.

Course Options

Many dual enrollment students take courses in math, psychology, sociology, history, the natural sciences, religion, philosophy, business, economics, languages, and other courses that are easily transferred to most colleges. In addition to these, Adrian College offers courses in:

  • Cybersecurity Management
  • Esports Management
  • Public Health
  • Information Technology
  • Digital Marketing & Analytics
  • Professional Sales
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Game Development
  • Data Analytics
  • Human Resource Management
  • Project Management
  • Computer Science
  • Web Design
  • Multimedia Marketing
  • Cloud Application Development
  • Public Administration
  • Financial Planning

The Process

Upon acceptance into the dual enrollment program at Adrian College, the student will have an Adrian College email account created for them, will be registered in the courses of their choice, and will be contacted with their new email address and class schedule.

Students should be aware that if they intend to enroll in Adrian College as undergraduate students, their grades in dual enrollment will count toward their college GPA.

Once enrolled, students will be subject to all policies, rules and regulations of Adrian College.  Enrollment in dual enrollment classes constitutes consent to abide by the standards outlined in the Adrian College Student Handbook and Undergraduate Catalog.

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