The Dual Enrollment program at Montcalm Community College allows students to enroll in up to 10 college classes throughout their high school career. Successful completion of a college course grants the student college credit as well as satisfies one of the students’ high school graduation requirements, either a core requirement or an elective requirement, depending on the college course taken. Always refer to your high school counselor for specifics about course requirements.
Learn the basics of MCC's Dual Enrollment program including eligibility, class selection, schedule and costs.
Dual Enrollment handbook (PDF)View a downloadable version of the Montcalm Community College Dual Enrollment Handbook.
View Dual Enrollment scholarshipsLearn more about the following scholarships available to MCC dual enrolled students:
- MCCF Dual Enrollment Book Scholarship
- MCCF Dual Enrollment Summer Scholarship
Review the academic standards and procedures for each MCC student, including all dual enrolled high school students.
Review the policies and procedures to either drop or withdraw from a Dual Enrolled MCC course.
View contact information specifically chosen to help you navigate your dual enrollment experience at MCC.
Dual Enrollment Authorization
The Dual Enrollment Authorization form serves as a contract between the student and parents, the high school and MCC. MCC will register you based only off of approved forms. Please complete the with the specific class sections you wish to be registered for. After you sign this online form it will automatically be emailed to your high school counselor for approval. A class must be on the signed authorization form if you wish to register for it. If you would like to make changes to your class registration please complete an entirely new form.
Signing the Dual Enrollment authorization form grants permission for the Montcalm Community College Student Services Office to share grades, attendance, and account information with the student’s high school and parents. Parents need to provide the student's name, MCC Student ID number or birthdate, and the last four digits of the student's social security number to gain access to this information. MCC instructors are only permitted to discuss academic information with the student. Parents may not contact instructors requesting information about their student’s performance in a class.
Staying at MCC after High School Graduation
If you would like to attend classes as a traditional MCC student after high school graduation, you do not need to re-apply. You simply need to fill out a Change of Program form. Contact MCC’s Admissions at (989) 328-1277 or email@example.com to assist with this transition.
Transferring to Another Institution
If you wish to transfer your credits to another college or university, you will need to request an official copy of your transcript be sent to that institution.
The key to a successful transfer is to know where you will transfer, your degree goal, and what that college suggests you take at MCC. Please work directly with the future institution to make sure the classes you take through Dual Enrollment not only transfer, but are also helpful toward your long-term goal.