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Dual Enrollment

What is Dual Enrollment?

Dual Enrollment is a program that allows high school juniors and seniors to enroll in college-level courses and attend the course on the college campus while still in high school. High school students are able to get a jump start on college for a reduced tuition! Upon successful completion of the course, students have a college transcript with college credits. Course credits can be applied toward an undergraduate degree at most colleges and universities. All students are responsible for adhering with the rules and regulations of the participating college. Students and parents must understand that enrollment in courses will generate a permanent college transcript.

Eligibility

Students of senior status must meet the GPA requirements and testing requirements for each individual college.  Juniors interested in this option must review with their school counselor to seek approval.

Students must enroll in at least 2 courses during their senior year.  Students can enroll in additional course if interested.

Registration & Cost

Student will complete an online registration with Lakeland's Senior Options Coordinator.  Costs for each college program are listed below.

Dual Enrollment Options at Lakeland Regional High School

Centenary University

Students who earn a "C" or better can receive three college credits.  The cost is approximately $314 per credit and is the responsibility of the student and parent.  A variety of courses are offered, however, adequate enrollment is necessary for a course to run.

Montclair State University

Students who earn a "C" or better can receive three to four college credits.  The cost is approximately $285 per credit and is the responsibility of the student and parent.  A variety of courses are offered, however, adequate enrollment is necessary for a course to run. 

Passaic County Community College (PCCC) - Wanaque Campus Only

Students who earn a "C" or better can receive three to four college credits from PCCC. The cost is approximately $130 per credit and is the responsibility of the student and parent.  A variety of courses are offered, however, adequate enrollment is necessary for a course to run.

Ramapo College

Students who earn a "C" or better can receive four college credits. The cost is approximately $121.50 per credit and is the responsibility of the student and parent. A variety of courses are offered, however, adequate enrollment is necessary for a course to run.

William Paterson University

Students who earn a "C" or better can receive three to four college credits. The cost is approximately $283 per credit and is the responsibility of the student and parent.  A variety of courses are offered, however, adequate enrollment is necessary for a course to run.

In-House Only

Passaic County Community College (PCCC) 

  • Anatomy & Physiology 
  • Criminal Justice

Students who earn a "C" or better can receive three to four college credits from PCCC. The cost is approximately $60 per credit and is the responsibility of the student and parent.

Seton Hall University Project Acceleration 

  • Studying Film 
  • Finance & Economics 

Participating students earning a "C" or better will receive three college credits from Seton Hall University.  The cost is approximately $130 per credit and is the responsibility of the student and parent.

Syracuse University Project Advance

  • Earth Systems Science
  • Forensic Science

Participating students earning a grade of a "C" or better will receive three college credits from Syracuse University.  The cost is approximately $115 per credit and is the responsibility of the student and parent.