Dual Credit Forms & Information

All dual credit registration will take place on February 2nd in the TLC during your Dual Credit class period. The last day to register for second semester dual credit course will be Monday, February 7thIf you do not have your registration materials completed and turned in on February 2nd, you will need to take the forms to Helena College.

If you took a dual credit course in the fall or in previous years, the only form the you will need to fill out is the registration form linked below.

 

Dual Credit Application: This document is used by the college to create a student’s profile in their computer system. Many HHS students completed this in the fall and will not need to do it again this spring. If you’re unsure whether or not you’ve already filled it out you can come by the counseling office and we can tell you if you submitted one.

Dual Credit Registration: This document is how you register for your specific class(es). Your teachers will have the CRN number for each of their courses.

Dual Credit Release of Information: This needs to be completed and turned in with the other papers.

Updated Transcript: the counseling center will provide this document when all forms have been collected and turned in to our office.

Accuplacer Scores: Waived for the 2021-22 academic year. Dual Credit placement will be determined by grades in previous courses. C’s or higher are required. Dual Credit math courses will require the placement form.

Once you’ve submitted the required documents you will receive a bill in the mail. Be sure to pay attention to the payment deadline so that you’re not dropped from your course. If you have any questions or need to speak with someone at Helena College about your bill please call (406) 447-6920.

 

***Cindy Galbavy’s students will register in May when they attend the forklift training on Helena College’s campus, so if you are planning on taking WLDG 107, your registration is not due until May.***

Helena College Paperwork:

One-Two-Free Dual Enrollment Program

Funded by the Montana University System, the One-Two-Free program gives Montana high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to take and earn college credit – tuition free – for two college-level courses. Students take the 100- and 200-level classes at their high schools, on college campuses or online through the Montana University System’s Dual Enrollment program.

  • Dual enrollment allows students to take 100 and 200 level courses, those commonly found in the first year of college, in a wide variety of subjects.
  • Choose classes from majors you want to explore, complete general degree requirements, or both!
  • Dual enrollment courses transfer seamlessly throughout the Montana University System, as well as to other accredited colleges and universities across the country*. Dual enrollment allows you to start on a 1, 2, or 4-year degree while you are in high school. Dual credit courses can help students satisfy high school graduation requirements and college degree requirements.
  • By completing college courses before you become a college student, you’ll make better progress towards your degree or certificate, saving you time and money!

How to sign up for One-Two-Free

To begin Dual Enrollment student registration, contact your high school counselor or the Dual Enrollment Coordinator on a participating Montana University System campus here.

For more information, visit the MUS website here, or call the Office of the Commissioner of Higher Education at (406) 449-9128.

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