- Last Updated: 14 September 2016
Want To Get An Early Start On College?
Take Courses For College Credit While You’re Still In High School!
Jump-starting college can save you time and money, help you become familiar with college-level work, and give you a chance to explore career interests. CCC offers three options for high school students to earn college credit: Concurrent Enrollment, Dual Enrollment or CAVIAT programs.
Concurrent Enrollment allows a high school student to take classes on campus at CCC. The student is responsible for tuition and all related costs. If you are interested in Concurrent Enrollment, contact our Academic Advisors to start the process.
Dual Enrollment allows students to earn college credit for high school classes taken at their high school. The teachers are hired by CCC and teach to the same course outcomes as classes on campus. The cost to the student is $10 per credit hour. Dual Enrollment courses are offered at 11 high schools in Northern Arizona.
CAVIAT programs are paid for and coordinated by CAVIAT and are offered to students at no cost. To become a CAVIAT student, you must apply through CAVIAT. More information is available at www.caviat.org
Dual Enrollment and CAVIAT programs are coordinated through the High School Transitions office and are a great way to earn college credits at a lower cost.
Perkins/High School Transitions Coordinator2800 S. Lone Tree Rd.
Flagstaff, AZ 86005