Dual Credit at Blinn
The Dual Credit Program enables high school students to earn credit toward a college degree by enrolling in a college course and to simultaneously satisfy the requirements for high school graduation.
College courses offered for dual credit may be taught at one of the Blinn College District campuses or on a high school campus by credentialed instructors, according to criteria established by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).
College courses offered for dual credit include the same content and rigor as courses taught to other college students. Dual Credit students' permanent records will include both a high school transcript and an official college transcript.
This program offers high school students the opportunity to take a Blinn course. These courses are only for college credit. High school students are accepted upon
- Earn transferable college credit hours
- Save time earning a degree
- Save money by graduating from college sooner
- Attend intellectually stimulating classes
- Have access to all Blinn facilities
- College courses are more demanding
- Classes require strong self-discipline and self-direction
- Failure in a class taken for academic dual credit may affect high school graduation
- Grades affect high school and college GPAs
- Conflicts in college and high school calendars may arise