What is Dual Credit?
Who is eligible to participate in Dual Credit?
- Aztec High School
- Bloomfield High School
- Career Prep High School
- Charlie Y. Brown
- Dulce High School
- Farmington High School
- Kirtland Central High School
- Navajo Preparatory High School
- Newcomb High School
- New Mexico Connections Academy
- New Mexico Virtual Academy
- Piedra Vista High School
- Rocinante High School
- Shiprock High School
- Shiprock Northwest High School (BIE)
- Vista Nueva High School
- Crownpoint High School
- Gallup Central High School
- Gallup High School
- Miyamura High School
- Navajo Pine High School
- Thoreau High School
- Tohatchi High School
- Tse Yi Gai High School
- Ramah High School
Benefits of Dual Credit:
Dual Credit helps students to:
- Be more likely to graduate high school
- Be more likely to enroll in a college or trade school after high school graduation
- Be better prepared for college
- Complete a degree program in less time
- Be more likely to finish college
- Be less likely to be required to complete developmental courses in college
How do I get started?
Complete a SJC application. You can apply online for Free or fill out a paper application for a $10 fee. Application must be processed by the Enrollment Services office prior to taking the Accuplacer Placement Test. Student must provide valid Social Security Number on the application.
Which Classes Are Eligible for Dual Credit?
What is the Accuplacer test?
What is New Student Orientation (NSO)?
As a non-degree seeking student Dual Credit students are required to attend a New Student Orientation. Once you complete the NSO you are not required to attend another one when registering as a regular degree seeking student. For more information on how to register for a NSO contact the Student Achievement Center (505) 566-3378 or refer to the Dual Credit Checklist.
Enrolling for SJC Dual Credit Courses:
Required Enrollment Forms:
Enrollment Resources and Forms:
- Current Course Schedule
- Current Academic Catalog
- Dual Credit List of Approved Classes
- 2016 Fall Online Course Offerings
- Student Information Update Form (For students who need to change/update their contact information)
- Academic Calendar
How does payment work for Dual Credit?
SJC waives the tuition and regular service fees. The enrolled student’s high school purchases the textbooks and pays for course fees. Home school and private school students pay for textbooks and course related fees.
How do I get my textbook(s)?
Books can be obtained from the SJC Bookstore or the SJC Library* (limited availability)
When you go to the bookstore or library to get your textbook you must have the following with you:
- Current SJC ID with your high school name and graduation date
- Current schedule of courses you are registered in
*Distribution of books from the library begins a week before classes begin.
For more information, please visit the San Juan College Bookstore website or call (505) 566 – 3260.
Completely Withdrawing from a Dual Credit course(s):
If you have registered for Dual Credit and are unable to complete your class(es), you must fill out the SJC Student Withdrawal Form. You must also discuss your withdrawal with your high school counselor.
For more information and questions please contact Steve Wamel, Dual Credit Coordinator at:
505-566-3216 or email firstname.lastname@example.org