Earn College Credit While in High School
Earn college credit while you are still in high school! Dual enrollment provides eligible, college-ready high school students the opportunity to enroll in SCC courses. The dual enrollment program courses include university transfer, technology and health sciences. Students may join the dual enrollment program most anytime during their high school career. The earlier a student joins, the more college credits he or she will earn towards their college degree. Interested students and parents are encouraged to contact their high school counselor or SCC Dual Enrollment Office for more information.
Dual enrollment* classes may be available at the SCC campus, online, or at the student’s high school and career/technology center. Textbooks and other class materials are the student’s responsibility unless otherwise indicated by their home high school. Include tuition fee structure for students not enrolled in six credit hours. Note: Some high schools already either cover or discount tuition for dual student
Classes at SCC Campus
Host of classes available in face-to-face, hybrid and online formats.
Support services also available – Library, tutorial and testing centers, Student HUB and more!
Classes at Your High School
SCC delivers college courses to students on their high school campus.
Faculty may be high school teachers credentialed in the subject area, or may be college professors from SCC.
At Your Career Center
SCC partners with all area career centers to develop pathways for students who are interested in technology programs such as welding, mechatronics, health sciences and more.
SCC Early College: Special Programs for Select High School Students
Unlike dual credit courses, enrollment in SCC Early College begins in grade 9 and continues to high school graduation. SCC Early College is a unique opportunity for selected students to complete an associate degree while also earning their high school diploma. SCC currently has three Early College programs:
- Spartanburg County Early College High School (SCECHS) serves students from all seven Spartanburg County districts.
- Viking Early College serves male students from Spartanburg District Seven.
- Cherokee Early College serves students from Cherokee County
*The SACSCOC definition of dual enrollment is outlined in the first paragraph of the policy statement.