Registration for the Summer Term is Now Open
NOTE: All Applications Must be Submitted (Complete) by Friday, May 1st. Late or Incomplete Applications will NOT be Considered.
Follow the Directions to Apply for Dual Enrollment Courses at Lawson State:
NOTE: Late, incomplete or applications submitted WITHOUT a completed Trial Schedule (with course selections and course ID numbers) will NOT be considered.
Step 1: Review the Dual Enrollment Eligibility Requirements
Dual Enrollment Eligibility Requirements:
An applicant must complete an Application for Admission and the Accelerated/Dual Enrollment High School Student form. Participants may receive both high school credit and college credit. The program is restricted to qualified students in Alabama public and/or regionally accredited high schools for which superintendents have signed agreements with Lawson State Community College. Student eligibility is determined by each individual school system and may be more limited than the minimum requirements listed below:
The applicant must have a 3.0 GPA in completed high school courses (if attempting to take academic courses like history, biology, etc...) and a 2.5 GPA (if attempting to take Career Technical courses, like barbering, autobody, etc...).
Freshman students are not eligible for this program unless they have successfully completed their first year of high school are seeking summer enrollment. Students must be a clasified as a sophomore in high school or above.
Enrollment in a combined number of high school and college courses per term will not exceed that which is educationally sound as determined by the College and the local School Board. Students are limited no more than two dual enrollment classes per semester (summer, fall or spring).
The appropriate principal and local superintendent must sign the form on the reverse side of the “Application for Admission” certifying that the applicant has the appropriate average and recommends the applicant be admitted to this program.
A new application and an updated official high school transcript must be submitted each semester the student attends the College.
The applicant must be in grade 10, 11, or 12. (See ID statement) .
- Students must complete a six-hour sequence of courses to receive one unit of high school credit. (Three semester hours equal one-half high school unit of credit.) A completed application for admission, all documents required for admission, including appropriate ID, must be on file before the applicant’s desired entry term begins.
After you review the Step 1 Eligibility Requirements (above), complete (click on) each step to enroll in our Dual Enrollment / Accelerated program.
Step 1: (See above)