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Dual Enrollment Conditions of Enrollment & Eligibility

Limitations & Conditions of Enrollment:

  1. Students shall receive college credit for the community college courses that they successfully complete.

  2. Students may not enroll in pre-collegiate courses (1-99) or physical education courses.* Cerritos College has determined that non-transferable and physical education courses are the types of courses that would not be considered “advanced scholastic” in nature.
    Example: English 20, Math 20, PE 100, etc.

  3. Students may only enroll in courses not available to the student within their school district.

  4. Assessment testing is an admissions requirement for all Dual Enrollment students regardless of the college coursework the student wishes to enroll in.

  5. Students may not enroll in a college course to alleviate a high school deficiency. For instance, students who failed a course in high school may not retake it at Cerritos College.

  6. Dual Enrollment Bridge students do not receive priority enrollment status.

  7. Students that have previously enrolled and dropped their courses and/or have received substandard grades and/or have not made satisfactory progress will not be allowed to continue in the Dual Enrollment Program.

*Alternate option for physical education courses only: Auditing a course is the only other option for a student to take a physical education course. Auditing allows the student to participate, but he/she will not receive college credit. Audit fees are not covered by the Dual Enrollment Program.  All K-12 students who wish to audit a course must complete the Dual Enrollment Form.

Eligibility Requirements for Dual Enrollment:

Dual Enrollment (K-10th Grade)

  • New Dual Enrollment students must take SRT/GBT
  • Must have a Cumulative G.P.A. 2.5
  • Max Units: 4 units each Fall, Spring, and Summer
  • Required Signatures:
    • School Counselor or Principal
    • Parent / Guardian
    • Student
    • Cerritos College Instructor
    • Dean of Admissions & Records

Dual Enrollment (11th & 12th Grade)

  • New Dual Enrollment students must take SRT/GBT
  • Must have a Cumulative G.P.A. 2.0
  • Max Units: 8 units each Fall and Spring / 7 Units each Summer
  • Required Signatures:
    • School Counselor or Principal
    • Parent / Guardian
    • Student

 

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