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Directions:  Applying and getting registered for Dual Enrollment varies per student.  There are 5 different TRACKS based on your enrollment status and advising needs.  Scroll down this page to determine which track you are on.  Once you have identified your correct track, click on the "Click Here Now" or "More Information" button to get started.


Announcement:  If you are interested in beginning classes for our Spring 2019 Term (which begins January 9, 2019), submit all required documents to admissions@lawsonstate.edu by December 1, 2018.  Follow Track #2 below (if you are a new student) or Track #4 below (if you are a returning student).

Next Student Orientation Session:  TBA--Date Coming Soon.  If you missed Orientation, Click on the Resource Ctr. tab (above) and watch the Orientation video if you missed this session.  Then, follow the online steps to register after viewing the Orientation video.  Orientation is designed to orient those students prior to enrolling in Dual Enrollment.  


TRACK 1:  NEW DUAL ENROLLMENT STUDENT NEEDING ADVISEMENT

Track 1: New DE Student Needing Advisement and Help with Course Selection and the Dual Enrollment Registration Process

I am a new student and need help with course selection from a Lawson State advisor. I understand that I MUST attend the upcoming Orientation if I select this track and plan on attending to complete my registration. **If you missed Orientation, Click on the Resource Center tab (above) and watch the Orientation video instead.  Then, proceed on this Track to complete the application process.

  


TRACK 2:  NEW DUAL ENROLLMENT  STUDENT NOT NEEDING ADVISEMENT

Track 2:  New DE Student but NOT Needing help with Course Selection or Advisement

I know what classes I plan on taking (for I have already been previously advised by a Lawson State advisor.  I would like to apply  for Dual Enrollment completely ONLINE and register seamlessly.  I understand that self-advising may have its risks and accept full responsibility for the courses I select.  I understand that this includes any tuition and fees my courses may cost, if I select a course not covered under the grant.
  


TRACK 3:  RETURNING DUAL ENROLLMENT STUDENT NEEDING ADVISEMENT

Track 3:   Returning DE Student Needing Advisement

I attended last term, I still NEED HELP with Course Selection and would also benefit from advisement.  I understand that by selecting this track I will be required to contact one of Lawson State's DE Advisors, or I can select to attend the upcoming Orientation for help instead.  **If you missed Orientation, Click on the Resource Center tab (above) and watch the Orientation video instead.  Then, proceed on this Track to complete the application process.

  

TRACK 4:  RETURNING DUAL ENROLLMENT STUDENT NOT NEEDING ADVISEMENT


Track 4:
Returning DE Student Not Needing Advisement

I attended last term and passed my class with a "C" or higher. I do NOT need help with Course Selection (for I have already been previously advised by a Lawson State advisor..  I know what classes I plan on taking next.  I would like to complete the registration process and not attend the upcoming Orientation.  I understand that self-advising may have its risks and accept full responsibility for the courses I select.  I understand that this includes any tuition and fees my courses may cost, if I select a course not covered under the grant.

   

 

TRACK 5:   HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT TAKING CLASSES ON THEIR HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUS (DOES NOT APPLY TO ALL HIGH SCHOOLS)

Track 5:  High School Student Taking Classes at their High School

I am a student who takes Dual Enrollment classes on my high school campus.  I know I am NOT required to attend the Orientation and WILL NOT attend.  I just need to understand the steps I need to take to get registered at my high school in order to be in the Dual Enrollment program.
    
 
 

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