Bay State College Dual Enrollment Program
Bay State College is pleased to announce the launch of our Dual Enrollment Program- an exciting and revolutionary opportunity for high school junior or senior year students to earn high school and college credit simultaneously, as a Bay State College student!
Why participate in Bay State College Dual Enrollment?
- Explore potential majors and learn more about the college experience
- Obtain academic credit towards your Bay State College degree
- Explore courses not offered in high school
- Gain confidence in the ability to succeed in a college setting
Students may take classes at Bay State College by attending courses during our day, evening, or online programs. Each class, taught by college-level professors with industry experience, is eight to sixteen weeks in length, while high school Advanced Placement (AP) classes often require an entire year to complete. Students enrolled in this program earn official Bay State College credit.
Who can participate?
Bay State College’s Dual Enrollment Program is open to high school juniors and seniors at approved, participating high schools. All students must remain in good academic standing, in accordance with their high school and meet Bay State College’s Dual Enrollment Program requirements:
High School Early College Program Eligibility Requirements
- Must be a junior or senior enrolled at an accredited, U.S. high school, or in an accredited home school program.
- Must be a junior or senior enrolled at a dual enrollment partnering high school or a high school senior.
- Complete the Online Non-Degree High School Dual Enrollment Program Application.
- Submit a current Official High School transcript indicating a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.50 (on a 4.0 scale). Applicants whose cumulative GPA is below 2.50 may be considered by the High School Dual Enrollment Program committee; in which case additional supporting materials may be required for consideration.
- Successful completion of an English placement assessment (Administered by Bay State College).
- Submit a completed and signed High School Dual Enrollment Program disclosure that includes student, high school designee, and parent/guardian signatures.
- Approval of Bay State College Dual Enrollment Program committee to participate in the program.
How do I enroll?
Partnering high schools will distribute Dual Enrollment Program information, including how to apply, testing requirements, and registration information. Students should consult their high school counselors for more information or contact the Bay State College Office of Admissions at Admissions@Baystate.edu
For those students who attend a non-participating high school should contact Susan Gill, Director of Recruitment Partnerships at SGill@BayState.edu or (617) 217-9064 to discuss eligibility.
High school seniors who have already applied to Bay State College should contact their admissions representative for testing requirements and registration information.
Students that successfully complete courses through Bay State College’s Dual Enrollment program may matriculate as a degree-seeking student (and graduate from a Bay State College program) and receive the credit (associated with the Dual Enrollment program only) at no cost.
Can I transfer credits to another Institution?
Students seeking to transfer credits earned at Bay State College should contact the institution to which they seek admission to discern their transfer credit acceptance policy.
*Please note, textbooks and course materials are not covered by Bay State College.