Did you know that high school students can take Collin College courses and simultaneously receive credit toward their high school diplomas and college degrees? You can take dual credit courses at your high school or on a college campus.
- Experience a college classroom and the rigor of a college course
- Earn transcripted college credits for transfer. Save time and money
- Outstanding Collin College support services and facilities including advising, career services, personal counseling, writing centers, math labs and tutoring
- Affordability and Quality - Collin College tuition is the lowest tuition in the state of Texas.
- Experience engaging instruction in small classes. Collin College's prestigious faculty
include seven Minnie Stevens Piper Professors, four U.S. Professors of the Year, four
Texas Professors of the Year and two Fulbright Scholars
What is Concurrent Credit?
Concurrent credit is when high school students earn college credit only for a college course. High school/home school official approval is required for both dual and concurrent credit.
Who can participate?
You can participate if you are enrolled in a public high school, private, charter, or home school and are ready to acquire college credit. You must also have permission from the appropriate high school officials, an A/B grade point average, meet Texas Success Initiative (TSI) test standards, and demonstrate the maturity level needed to be successful in college course work.