Get a Head Start on Your College Degree with College Now, MCC’s Dual Enrollment Program
During your high school years, there is a lot to consider for the future. Like college, what do you want to study? Where should you apply and is it affordable?
College Now, MCC’s Dual Enrollment Program can help answer those questions with confidence—and get the answers faster.
The program allows you to experience college-level courses while still in high school. Spending time experiencing subjects that may interest you will allow you to earn real SUNY college credits and save major money with a tuition discount.
This is an exciting way to start your college career early.
An Early Start is Just the Beginning
College Now, MCC’s Dual Enrollment Program is more than a way to explore your interests and earn college credit. During the program, you will:
- Fulfill college degree requirements to create more freedom and time for other courses later.
- Showcase your serious intentions about college.
- Pay a third of the cost of regular MCC tuition.
- Enroll tuition-free if you qualify for an Inspiring Every Day Scholarship.
- Have the confidence of a program accredited through the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP).
While taking a class, you will receive grades and feedback throughout the course—without end-of-the-year testing to worry about.
Credits to your high school transcript after completing a class through College Now, MCC's Dual Enrollment Program, which will apply toward your future college degree, whether it is from MCC, another college, or university.
Explore Your Potential and Discover Your Path
Do you have a specific major in mind that you want to try? With College Now Pathways, you can focus on a particular area of interest, like healthcare. College Now Pathways is a package of courses that allow you to try a career path with less time and expense.
This program is a great introduction to an area of interest—and a jump on a degree in that field.
Monroe Community College’s College Now program is accredited through the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP). The NACEP works to ensure that college courses taught by high school teachers are as rigorous as courses offered on the sponsoring college campus.