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Are you a high school student interested in earning free college credits while still in high school? The NMSU Main Campus Dual Credit Program and the Dona Ana Community College Dual Credit Program are still accepting new student applications for high school juniors and seniors for the 2020-2021 school year.
To be eligible for the DACC program students need to have a high school GPA of 2.0 or higher. Students can earn college credits while also satisfying high school elective requirements. DACC classes offer excellent instruction, low student-to-instructor ratios, and an array of exciting opportunities leading to multiple career fields.
Questions about the program and new student applications can be emailed to Amanda Vescovo, Associate Director of Academic Advising, at email@example.com. Please visit the DACC Dual Credit website for a list of the dual credit courses offered, a link to the application and instructions for new students at https://dacc.nmsu.edu/dualcredit/. Dual Credit applications are due by email on Aug. 7. The first day of classes is Wednesday, Aug. 19.
New Mexico State University – Main Campus is also offering dual credit enrollment for high school juniors and seniors. To be eligible for the Dual Credit Program at New Mexico State University, students must have a cumulative high school GPA of at least a 3.0 and a PSAT score of 860 or above. This program allows qualifying high school juniors and seniors the unique opportunity to get a jump start on their college education. Through this program, motivated students can enroll in approved college level courses – receiving college credit from NMSU, as well as elective high school credit from their high school. Applications are due by email on by Aug. 7, and classes begin on Wednesday, Aug. 19.
Some of the benefits of the Dual Credit Program include:
Please visit the NMSU Dual Credit website for more information: https://dualcredit.nmsu.edu/. Virtual appointments for dual credit advisory sessions are now available at: https://dualcredit.nmsu.edu/book-your-dual-credit-advising-session/.
For more information please contact: Rebecca Chavez, NMSU Main Campus Dual Credit at 575-646-1055 or firstname.lastname@example.org.