Adult Dual Credit Summer 2018 Program Application Form
Thinking of going to college but you don’t have your high school diploma?
Are you 20 years of age or older and have 26 or more credits?

You may be eligible to participate in a new Adult Dual Credit Program starting September 2017 at St. Clair College. If accepted, you will be on site at the main campus St. Clair College in Windsor taking two College courses (taught by college instructors) starting September 25 along with Secondary Credits needed for Graduation. The college classes also count as high school credits!

Other perks: no tuition or textbook costs, bus tickets or parking passes provided free, gain access to college activities and comprehensive student services including peer tutoring, academic and career counselling, disability services, accommodation plans and more.

Students will be required to take two College credits at St. Clair College along with the Secondary Credits needed for graduation. Schedule will be as follows:
Mondays - 11-4pm (College Dual Credit: GAS65 - Career and College Exploration - Room 2016 (FCEM)
Tuesday-Thursday 11am-2:30pm : Secondary Course Credit Work - Room 234/235 (these times are flexible)
Friday 11-4pm: College Dual Credit: SSC174G - Interpersonal Violence in Can. Society - Room 2012 (FCEM)

Complete this application and you will be contacted to schedule an interview.
For more information, contact

Gina Parent: 519-946-3761 ext 2703

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Have you taken a Dual Credit before? *
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If accepted into this program, what will be more means to get to St. Clair College? *
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