Not all classes will be available at your school. Schools decide which classes to offer for dual credit based up on many factors including your school’s program of study courses, instructor availability, daily schedules, etc. If you want to take a course that is not being offered at your high school, you still may be able to enroll, providing that you can fit the course into your semester (most students take online courses, to help them with scheduling conflicts such as sports and clubs) and providing that your high school agrees that it’s okay for you to take the course. They will want to be sure that you can be successful in both your college classes and your high school classes! For these classes, you’ll need to enroll using the Remote Registration Form and you’ll need to pay the full cost of the class including tuition, fees and textbooks.
If you don’t see the course you want on the PDCCC schedule, contact the Dual Enrollment Coordinator, Jeanette Pellegrin, at firstname.lastname@example.org. It’s possible that the course can be added to our schedule via our Shared Services Distance Learning program.