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KHS Dual Credit

Click on the link to visit the NCTC Dual Credit website.
 
Dual Credit is an opportunity for students to earn college credit and high school credit simultaneously.
 

Eligibility

  • Any public, private, charter, or home school high school student
  • College readiness in at least one testing area as evidenced with Qualifying Test Scores. The TSI Assessment is the most commonly used test. TSI Testing Request is available for high schools.
  •  Minimum high school GPA of "C" or higher
  • Social and behavioral maturity for college level courses
  • Dual Credit students must show college readiness in at least one testing area with Qualifying Test Scores. The TSI Assessment is the most commonly used test. TSI Testing Request is available for high schools that would like NCTC to come to their campus to test.
  • Parents and counselors should be aware that college ready scores are not the only criteria for student success. 
  • Student must have the social and behavioral maturity for college level courses.  
  • Students with prior disciplinary or attendance problems, as defined by The Texas Education Code, section 25.92 Minimum Attendance for Class Credit, are not eligible to enroll in dual-credit courses. 
 
 
Ask Yourself...

Am I self-motivated?

Am I self-disciplined?

Am I a problem solver?

Do I have good study habits?

Do I have good time management skills?
 
 
 
Scholarship Opportunity!
 
Deadline April 15, 2018
Apply online at www.nctc.edu
 
 
 
 
For questions regarding dual credit, please contact your counselor.
 
 
 
NCTC Dual Credit Coordinator:
Diane Mannion
940-498-6278
dmannion@nctc.edu

Don't forget to either:

    • Pay in full
    • Set up payment plan (if available)
    • Accept your Financial Aid package

If you are receiving Financial Aid, once you accept your package and your anticipated aid has been applied to your student account, review your balance on your MyNCTC portal and make payment arrangements for any remaining balance, if applicable.

 

NCTC reserves the right to periodically "cancel registrations" for students who have not made payment in order to open up seats to other students.

In order to receive 100% refund for any payment you have made or to not be financially responsible for the charges you have incurred by registering, you will need to drop your classes before the first day of the semester. Once the semester begins, dropped classes will follow the state approved refund schedule.

 

Payment must be made prior to July 11th to ensure your student is not dropped.